Wordless Wednesday

WW is a simple blog post featuring a photo which conveys a message that speaks for itself without using words.

For all the rule breakers, of which I am one, please feel free to add all the words you want.

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Veterans Day ~ Honoring All Who Served

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Linking up with a bunch of fantastic peeps from the blogosphere who host Wordless Wednesday – Betty, Steve, Natasha, image-in-ing, Esha, Zina, Xmas Dolly, Keith, Cathy and Suzana.

1. Wordless Wednesday2. bethere2day3. Image-in-ing
4. mimi’s meanderings5. Autumn in the City6. It’s a Snap!
7. Veterans Day8. Hazel Ceej9. Again in the park
10. bailey unleashed11. Jackie’s Photo Blog12. What time is it?!
13. Xmas Dolly14. Zoolatry15. Athena Cat Goddess
16. Lexi the Schnauzer17. My GBGV Life18. Ramblin’ with AM
19. Driller”s Place20. Jeanne Foguth21. Purrseidon
22. Curious as a Cathy23. Animal Shelter Life24. Brian’s Home
25. A ShutterBug Explores26. Fools Rush In27. 15andmeowing
28. Catblogosphere29. OF MICE AND raMEN30. My Minds Eye
31. Golch Central32. Remembrance33. Woodsterman
34. Thanks35. Kitties Blue36. Beau Beaumont
37. The LLB Gang38. CatSynth39. RompRollRockies
40. DonnaleeQ41. Canadian Cats42. Peabea Scribbles
43. Colleen44. Sara Chapman45. Inspire me Monday
46. Friendship Friday47. La Mamarazzi48. Rusty Ring
49. Bill50. Gattina51. Wilbur’s Travels
52. Albom Adventures53. Keith’s Ramblings54. NatureFootstep
55. Deb Nance56. Junkboat Travels57. Comfort Spring
58. Junieper/Jesh59. Small Tales60. Weekly Photos
61. Patrick Weseland62. Nancy63. Phamily Blog
64. November Light!65. My Tata’s Cottage

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89 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. foguth says:

    Meowser Ms. Sandee thank you for hosting this Veteran’s Day blog hop.
    Our purrseident loves out soldiers and he gave them a sort of gift, late yesterday – it is a list of the cheating done during the election… Purrhaps some will think it is an odd list, but our some of our troops were injured and some died to keep our way of life safe…. So, to some, it will look like a whackypaw to list the flaws… I am a master of the whackypaw and know this list assures our veterans that our Commander in Chief is doing he best to back them and keep our country on the straight and level. Please go to the following link and make a copy to keep safe, too.
    Thank you, Purrseidon

  2. Cathy Kennedy says:


    I agree with Driller, this nation IS a better place because of those who served. Freedom is anything but free. It comes with a price. Some gave their all to preserve our country’s freedom. My mother’s three brothers served in Vietnam. Thankfully all came home physically intact. I can’t imagine the horrors they saw but they worked through the nightmare. I’m soooo grateful to each person who served this country. God bless you and thank you for all you did for me, my family, and America! Everyone, please, please, please let our Vets know how much you appreciate them and their service. Thanks for hosting the mid-week fun, my dear!

  3. Hazel says:

    What a remarkable date in history and this very day! One of the presidents oft the college I attended was a US Veteran. Respect and honor to all veterans!

    Thank you for hosting Wordless Wednesday.


  4. XmasDolly says:

    HAPPY VETERANS DAY Sweetie to you & hubby! HUGS! I almost forgot, but I went back & made a few changes to my blog. It’s a pretty day, but a bit chiller than the last few days. It’s supposed to get nice again, but I’m staying in today visiting peoples and crocheting Christmas is right around the corner and I’m behind already… bummer! Anyway, who luvs ya lady? MEEEEEEEEEEEEEE that’s who & don’t you forget it…. gosh I sure hope Santa would bring me you for Christmas that would be sooooooooooooo very cool. My sista you’re duh best! BIG HUGS!!! no tears,…… .no tears…………… cut it out or I’ll start! hehehehe! HUGS

  5. betty - NZ says:

    We should always remember. Every little town here in New Zealand has a memorial to the fallen. Some are even at the entrances to schools–I think that’s a great idea.

    Thanks for sharing your link at ‘My Corner of the World’ this week!

  6. Tony McGurk says:

    Nov 11 is called Remembrance Day here in Australia. At 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month we observe one minute silence to remember all those who lost their lives in war

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