Monday, May 26, 2008

8th of November

The Army of Four has posted a link to a YouTube video on another blog and we just have to post it here. This video is in honor of Jan's brothers - all Vietnam vets. Thankfully, they all returned home from the war. But many didn't.

The song is by Big & Rich.



The original Memorial Day post is below this one.

18 comments:

  1. w00f's JFF, watt a pawsome post...

    b safe,
    ~rocky~

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  2. God bless Jan's brothers!
    Love,
    Ammy

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  3. That is a bootiful post..they bof awe..thank dog that Jan's bwuddews wetuwned..I wish we would take bettew cawe of ouw wetuwning vets and not just say that we'we gwateful fow theiw sewvice , but show it
    smoochie kisses
    ASTA

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  4. Jan thanks to you and your brothers for the sacrifices they made, setting aside their plans to serve their country. i'm glad they came home
    my younger sister is starting at us air force academy in the fall

    and your post on my site busted me up ;-)
    "Buddy and Samaritan are drooling.Oh, over the greens, not Zinger."

    Thanks for the clarification!
    blessed memorial day to you all

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  5. Happy Memorial Day to you.
    It is important to remember those soldiers that served our country and fought for the freedoms that we have today. Great post, thanks.
    We all are together as SS and the moms are busy. We are sticking together for a few days and visiting together.
    Roscoe, Sassy, Momo & Opus

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  6. Excellent ... My sentiments 'xactly.
    DMM

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  7. That's a nice vid. :)

    ~ Girl girl

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  8. wonderful. please thank Jan's brothers for serving. they are heros.

    thank you all for spreading the word about the potential pit bull ban in Ohio. It is a terrible idea.

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  9. Wow, that was amazing. Thanks to Jan for sharing, and thanks to Jan's brothers for serving.

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  10. Very touching. Thanks for posting. A special blessing too all those who died for our country and their fellow soldiers.

    Hugs.

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  11. Thanks for stopping by today, I am so glad that you all didn't forget me. I kind of have to be nice to the mom of the house because she did say that she would get me to Ruis & Karl's wedding on the 30th. She also has been letting Momo, Opus, and Roscoe stay with me and visit when I visit. Think that is nice of her. Besides she is pretty ill with a nasty cold. The little sweet grand baby gave her and the dad of the house a nasty, nasty cold. Almost feel sorry for her. OK, I do feel sorry for her, and the dad too.
    She did let me visit everyone on my link list yesterday and I thought that was nice of her. She even made a quick post for me. I am trying to be good and will try really hard not to stick my toungue out at her. Sometimes that is a hard thing to pass up on.

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  12. Very nice, thanks for sharing. And thanks for wishing me a happy Gotcha day!

    Kavan

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  13. Happy MM!

    How're you doing guys....

    We lost our tiny troop today, Monskitt, she went to bridge of rainbow last nite....and mommy Bunyu still not coming home, we're hoping she'll be back soon.

    -meaouwy troops-

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  14. It seems that lately we only get white blank spaces where there should be videos.....
    We are busy with last minute preparations - the wedding is almost to begin..... See you on board the Voyager!
    Karl

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  15. Thanks for sharing this video. Jan's brothers are heroes.
    --JB

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  16. Thank you for sharing this.
    And thanks for the link - it was the one I was looking for.

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  17. Wow--what a gripping story. It's just awful how many people died in the Vietnam War and others--and how many people lived but suffered terribly.

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