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Tinkerbell Legacy - Living with a flying parrot

Lest we forget
shanlung
I browsed my wife flickr and saw that she taken photos of the label pin that I was wearing for the last couple of weeks.

I wore that for all those that died in conflicts, regardless of the flags they were under, regardless of the skin or beliefs or what they fought for, in wars declared or not declared, if they wore uniform or not.

I wore that to honor their spirits and that their deaths led us all to be better people , to learn and live in peace, dignity and honor.

I only took that off on 12 November.

I bought this from a veteran on 11th November 2007 during a parade on that day in Brisbane when we were living there then. He fought in the South Pacific in WW2. I gave him 20, and asked him to keep the change.

Being the Master and Lord (at least of wifey even if not over birdies or beasties), I decided her flickr shot should be on my flickr account, and I rotated the right way up.


Here it is.

That poppy

poppy to remember by

Reversed side of that poppy

Poppy to remember by - reversed side



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NEVER EVER HOLD THE LEASH BY HAND. THE LEASE MUST ALWAYS BE CARABINERED TO BELT OR BACKPACK.

If what I wrote help you and you like to help, give a thought
for the wildlife sharing our planet.
Do write that cheque to Gerald Durrell wildlife trust

I am a life member of Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust. Do join us to do
whatever we can for the wildlife that shared our planet.


http://www.durrellwildlife.org/


or to any wildlife conservation body of your choice






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