Remembrance 

November 11 has always been a somber day for me and I think for most Canadians as we remember our grandparents and great grandparents who fought in the two Great Wars of the 20th century. For me, I was always taught about the battles, the trenches, the seemingly endless list of those deseased, and it always seemed so unreal to me. I am fortunate enough to live in a country that is not torn apart by war and we also are fortunate enough to not have physical scars from many wars on our soil, but it is always important to stop and remember those from your family or others who fought and who still serve today in the hopes of finding peace. It’s important to not forget the sacrifices of our past and to think about what they were fighting for. 

So much love,

Lea 

  

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