Dec 30, 2009

Wordless Wednesday - Arlington National Cemetery

Caution: This Wordless Wednesday post contains sensitive subject material. These are photos my husband and I took from Arlington and my brother's funeral service. No reproduction, printing or sharing is allowed without our express consent.

















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~Jessica~

9 comments:

Lyon said...

There are no appropriate words.

But I wanted you know that I am thinking of you and yours, and remembering your brother with a moment of silence this morning. I do not actually know any of you in real life, but my heart goes out to you.

Ashley said...

As it's already been mentioned, there are no appropriate words.
This is such a strong post, and I do thank you for sharing. You and your loved ones are in my thoughts.

Calico Crazy said...

I am sorry for your family's loss, you show great courage in sharing such a personal and emotional moment with all of us.

Olde Baggs n Stuft Shirts by LindaOma said...

I'd like to thank you and your family for your gracious courage and profound generosity in allowing us to be a part of a very real emotional part of your lives. The pictures are so poignant. Blessed be.

Rue said...

Thank you for sharing with us - these pictures are so moving. Blessings to you and your family.

Autumn Belle said...

Thank you for sharing these moving but special moments with us. Sgt. Frazier is a national hero. I'm sure he will always live on in your family's loving memory and fondly remembered. Once again, my prayers are with you. I hope you are much better now. May you be blessed with a happy and healthy New Year 2010!

keiths ramblings said...

So moving

Katy said...

love the arlington pics, it is SO pretty there in the snow. i don't get up there nearly often enough (maybe 2-3 times a year tops), but i'll make it a point to pay a visit to your bro next time i'm there. stay strong! <3

flandrumhill said...

Jessica, xo xo to you.
I can't imagine anything else being so wordless.