March 5, 2008

Wordless Wednesday


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26 comments:

SandyCarlson said...

Wow. God bless, Lori.

napaboaniya said...

*sigh* those are the faces moms everywhere will feel pain and heartache just looking at it.

marcia said...

we pray for them daily and know that they are so appreciated by the US

ellen b said...

:(
Oh the hard road they are on! My heart is sad for this fallen soldier...

C. R. Morris said...

:*-( I pray that they're all home soon...safe and sound.

crazy working mom said...

Very touching shot, Lori. It is saddening.

MamaGirl said...

Very poignant photo. We join the others in praying for their safety. Thanks for visiting my blog today.

MamaGeek said...

Simply WOW!

Gabriel said...

Very touching picture, Lori. Just beautiful.

Happy WW!

My post: "Zzzzzz"

la bellina mammina said...

A picture does say a thousand words...

Leonard said...

that's sad!

hope there will be no more war!

Happy WW!

eastcoastlife said...

My son has to do 2 years of compulsory military service when he turns 18.

Many people don't want war to happen.

maya said...

ah, beautiful but it makes me sad.
young people in WAR is not right.
Happy WW!

jams o donnell said...

WHat a powerful yet poignant photo Lori.

Liza said...

this is very touching lori. happy ww

genny said...

They are brave to fight for our conutry. Happy WW!

A Simple Life said...

A powerful photo, i pray that they go home safely.

jennifer said...

This is the best WW post that I have seen. Amazing the emotion that just one picture can evoke. Great post - Jennifer

poor man's nicole richie said...

it's heart breaking.
a few good men.

Morning Sniffles

Green Eyed Girl said...

What a powerful picture! Thanks for sharing it.

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

We see this too often. Bless and keep safe all our men and women serving in the military. Have a great WW. :)

Chris said...

very touching. XO

storyteller said...

Powerful (and essential) reminder for each of us here at home.
Hugs and blessings,

Chuck said...

My brother retired from the Guards. These pics always move me because of him. Thx for sharing. Happy WW.

Jim said...

Hi Lori, yes those guys have a tough life over there. My nephew just came back from Afganistan, he is an A.F. Medic.

Any date hint, always have enough mad money stashed.

Happy WW! Thanks for your nice visit.
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lisa marie said...

That really gives pause. Love all the photos in your sidebar too.

Ps - I spent a lot of years as a single mom, alone and adrift, how nice to be able to connect here now. :)