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Memorial Day

May
30


Ross, posing above the USS Clamagore, a World War II submarine kept as a museum at Patriots Point. (Photo from last month.)


He’s a month into six months of power school, on his way to life as a real submariner. It was almost a year ago that I was delivering him to the recruiter’s office to send him off to boot camp!

Happy Memorial Day to you and yours and especially to those who have served.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 30, 2011  

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  1. 5-30
    4:59
    pm

    Happy Memorial Day, Suzanne, and to everyone! :heart:

  2. 5-30
    5:13
    pm

    Thank you Ross for serving our country. Our grandson is in Iraq. A salute to the troops at home and abroad. Thank you for giving and protecting our freedom. A blessed “Memorial Day” to all!

  3. 5-30
    5:33
    pm

    This is a great photo of Ross –

  4. 5-30
    6:20
    pm

    Thank you Ross for serving along side all our men & women fighting for Freedom.
    Happy Memorial day.
    Ann/alba

  5. 5-30
    9:17
    pm

    Thanks, Ross, for serving our country this way and thanks, Suzanne, for reminding us on this special day of all the young men and women who need our prayers that they can return home soon.

  6. 5-30
    10:01
    pm

    Let Freedom Ring! God bless Ross, his fellow sailors and soldiers and America.

  7. 5-30
    11:36
    pm

    God Bless Ross and every person who has served to protect out freedom. Thank you ALL.

  8. 5-31
    8:08
    am

    What a proud mama you must be..
    Thank you to all who serve.
    Granny Trace
    http://www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

  9. 5-31
    9:01
    am

    :sun: What a good picture of Ross. Tank you to him and to you, Suzanne, for your service to our country. Freedom isn’t free and let us never forget those who paid for ours. Never give up and never forget! God bless our counrty and those who serve her.

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