A Walk Through ETN Veterans Memorial

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As I walked through the East Tennessee Veterans Memorial in downtown Knoxville last Friday, all I could think about is our freedom.  Freedom is anything, but free. It comes with a very steep price.  The thousands of lives lost etched in granite before my eyes was only a sample of this nation’s rich sacrifice over the years to keep her people free.  Remember… Freedom, keep walkin’ keep on your toes and don’t you stop talkin’ about freedom…

 

If we stop talkin’ about freedom then we may just lose it. God bless the men and women who serve us so well!

Angela from Mommy Time Out and I would like to thank you for joining us for another edition of  Wayback Wednesdays. To participate in this blog hop you don’t have to follow a bunch of rules. It’s simple! Just link up your blog, twitter, or Facebook below (only one please).

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11 thoughts on “A Walk Through ETN Veterans Memorial

  1. Lisa

    What sobering and beautiful photos! I am a soldier’s wife and thank you for remembering the sacrifices that have been made and continue to be made for our freedom. My husband has been to war twice and sometimes I feel like many do not remember or appreciate the cost of freedom. It is definitely not free and if we become complacent, we will surely lose its precious benefits. I was happy to link up my Wordless Wednesday post. Thanks for the invite! I, also, am your newest follower and would love a follow back! Many blessings, Lisa 🙂

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