Wednesday, March 24, 2010

COMING HOME FOR WATERY WEDNESDAY

( TRIBUTE TO OHIO NATIONAL GUARD )

Something a little different for  WateryWed2c

WATERY WEDNESDAY (A SHORT WET PHOTO STORY)

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Project1 MY SON NATHAN AND HIS FAMILY ( I AM A VERY PROUD FATHER)

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JOE TODD Joe Todd says, “ Thanks For Stopping By “  MY SON HAS BEEN HOME FOR A COUPLE YEARS NOW BUT WILL  BE GOING TO AFGHANISTAN IN 2011. I HAVE HAD THIS POST READY TO PUBLISH FOR A COUPLE OF MONTHS BUT WASN’T SURE I WOULD PUBLISH IT (WHERE IS THE WATERY SCENERY). I FEEL OUR TROOPS NEED ALL OF OUR SUPPORT ALL THE TIME AND I DON’T THINK I CAN SAY THIS STRONGLY ENOUGH. 

12 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

AMEN to this post, Joe. Our troops do need all of our support--especially now that our govt. is so negative about the military. Just think: IF it weren't for soldiers like your son all through the years, we wouldn't be enjoying the freedom we have in our country today. NOW---if we could just keep the Govt. from trying to take it all away from us....

God Bless your SON.
Betsy

Ruth said...

Touching photos.

I thought the road was watery.... and the eyes of those who have seen the father and son hugging.

thanks for sharing.

wenn said...

great series of photos!

Linnea W said...

Looks like a cold, dreary day. I hope your son's time out of the country passes quickly and safely.

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

I'm sure there were plenty of tears shed at the soldiers homecoming. God bless your son and all soldiers for serving our country.

Martha Z said...

Wonderful to see so many braving the cold and wet to welcome the even braver soldiers home.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Joe -- looks like they came home during an awful storm! But at least they got home and people came out even in the sstorm to welcome them. Great.

I couldn't read the Italic print (old eyes?). Is Nathan home for a while now? In any case our thoughts and best wishes go out to the whole family.

The shot of your son and grandson is priceless and the whole family one as well.

SandyCarlson said...

You have plenty of reason to be proud!

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God bless, friend.

Tony Letts said...

My future son in law came back safely from Afghanistan - I'm sure your son will too. They are so brave

Georgia said...

Amen and amen to this post, Joe! I love all our troops and I pray for them every single day. Amber, my daughter, has friends from high school in Afghanistan right now. She sends them care packages at least once a month or so. Our troops need our support and this household supports them wholeheartedly!!

God bless your soldier, Joe, and God bless you and your entire family for the sacrifice your son and your entire family makes every day!

happily retired gal said...

Lovely photos ... I'll pray for your son as I pray for all our soldiers in harms way. May they all return safely.
Hugs and blessings,