Remembrance Is A Truly International Experience …

Another wonderful story … with images from Jackie Blazier Young in Illinois USA who is sending along her five poppies to contribute to the mix … dedicated to five members of her family :  Jackie writes …

First memorial poppy finished. I will be sending 5 poppies in remembrance of (left to right): Dad, Web Blazier, Sr. WW1, brothers George, Web, Jr., and Don Blazier and brother-in-law, Harry Warner (all WW2). Loved and missed. — with Web Blazier, Sr., George Blazier, Web Blazier, Jr., Don Blazier and Harry Warner.

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Feel quite humbled by the wonderful stories coming out of this project.

Please keep them coming friends.

Lynn

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2 Responses to Remembrance Is A Truly International Experience …

  1. This is beautiful the women’s auxiliary NSW are putting together a patchwork quilt for next year the 100 years of Australia in wars and conflicts we hope to make money by having a raffle and raising money for Defence care

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