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Remembrance sunday

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Discussion' started by Kathy3, Nov 9, 2008.

  1. Kathy3

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    MAY WE NEVER FORGET, MY GRANDSON LEE THE PIPER

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  2. Kathy3

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    Paladin Gardening...A work of Heart

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    You must be so very proud Kathy. Well done that man!
     
  4. Kathy3

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    MY SON MARK 2ND PIPER ON THE RIGHT

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    BLESS THERE LITTLE HEARTS

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    Lovely photos, very moving to see them.

    I sang at a charity party on friday, 1st half we just did light romantic background music, but the second half, I printed some word sheets and we got everyone to join in with 1st/2nd world war and patriotic songs, it was all very rousing but extremely moving not least as we ended with the National anthem. You would be surprised at how many of my pupils just don't know it. Everyone said it was so poignant being so colse to Rememberence sunday.
     
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    pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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    Kathy, Nice pics and you must be so proud of your sons.
     
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    INdeed! I always watch Sat night and then the morning at the Cenotaph and get very emotional!
     
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