Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Families In DC For The 8-28 Restoring Honor Event

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At this point in my life, I have come to the realization that families come in all shapes, sizes and status.

Bloggers form their own families.

Best friends develop their own family “status”.

Families are not necessarily related by blood.

 

These families united in their desire to restore HONOR to their beloved country.

What a wonderful “Family Reunion” we held!!!

It will go down in history for giving the United States hope in themselves because we saw in

our other family members what we all found true in ourselves…

 

LOVE
TRUTH
HONOR

GOD

 

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 Outdoor Wednesday Post for Susan @ A Southern Daydreamer’s Home…

12 comments:

  1. I so agree Becky!! I'm so glad it went well. We were watching TV before it happened and I told Mr. Precious - I'll bet my friend Becky will be there!! :) You know one thing I always notice on these 'wonderful' rallies? The folks all look so normal! :) Unlike some of those other ones.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  2. Oh Becky, This is just so wonderful.... It is like a big family ---loving and helping one another... Praise God for all of these people, for Glenn Beck --and for restoring honor in the USA...

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  3. You did it again....beautiful, bright, lovely images!
    families everywhere, wasn't it awesome!
    the gal on the top image...i have that same shirt and had it with me on this trip....funny. american eagle is where she and i shop, i guess.

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  4. Great shots of a fantastic event. Wish we could have been there.

    Darryl and Ruth : )

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  5. It was very exciting to see the pictures (including yours) from the rally. I think the event was absolutely fantastic and all the people who attended were fantastic.

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  6. It looks like it was an inspiring event. It's heartwarming to see so many concerned about the path our nation is on!

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  7. A wonderful event. (Interesting to hear the media spin on it.) However, I have the inside track (you). You have done a marvelous job of sharing your experience of this event. It sounds so wonderful and inspirational! I hope the message was heard.

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  8. How neat to have been able to be a part of such a historical event, and better still that you documented it so well with your photographs!

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  9. Fabulous pictures Becky! It is so heartwarming to see so many concerned citizens gathering together and rallying for the future of our nation.

    ~ Tracy

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  10. Becky,
    I finally found someone else in blogland who was there. I wasn't blogging at the time since I am new at this, but I sure would have wanted to do a posting on it. I'm so glad you did. It was a great day, something I'll always remember. I still get chills up my spine when I think of the Canadian geese flyover. Wasn't that fantastic and a gift from God?
    Cindy

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