S2S13SS 'Photo inspiration'
Tomorrow is a busy day for me, what with Remembrance Day services and a drive to Toronto to visit my DD and Grandson. So I'm posting a bit early. Our church bulletin had a lovely picture on the front today. I have photographed it for inspiration. It is Remembrance Day in Canada. World War I ended on November 11, 1918 at 11. a.m. On the picture the first few lines of a famous poem are written. 'In Flanders Fields the poppies grow, Between the crosses, row on row. The poem was written by Col. John McRae who came from Guelph, Ontario, which is about 12 miles from my home.