Remembrance Day 2010
I remember several years back as young men, Max and Chris standing with us at the Cenotaph on a rainy, cold Nov 11.
We didn’t force them. They actually encouraged us to go as a family.
It was a moving experience and one that we repeated.
Being with a large group of people. Silent expectation. Silent tribute.
What a great way to honour our Canadian fallen.
Quite by happenchance (or maybe not) I saw Chris’ old bulletin board last night as we were moving some boxes around. The board was full of push pins and a boxing picture and one other item. A poppy. But not just any poppy. This was Chris’ poppy from last year. He was always keen to remember, as was (and is) Max.
Max had spied the poppy too, and proudly wore last night. Being who I am I forced him to pose for a quick pic which you see here.
To all our fellow Canadians remembering their sons and daughters lost in service to our country, we pause today to say THANK YOU.
Your service to our country and the world is truly a Be The Best inspiration to us all.