Thank you for your service:
I just loved this picture. The handsome man on the left is my Grandpa. He was in the army in the early 1950's. I don't think he enjoyed any of it, because he missed his wife and wanted to be home. I can't blame him one bit (my grandma was a sweet and loving person). But, he sent pictures home that were smiling and lighthearted... with letters that told all about their minutes apart. In fact, one picture I found was of him reading a letter, and he wrote on the back of it that he's smiling because it's from his sweet little wife.
Grandpa is still just that handsome and one of my all-time favorite people in the world. I love you, Grandpa.
So... thank you for all those serving in the military. I can't thank you enough for our freedom.
Thanks for stopping by,
-We Remember (The Rummage Bin) by CHF
-Black archival ink by Ranger
-Kraft, light brown and Natural white watercolor paper
-khaki paper by Core'dinations
-ball chain --this was put under the Core'dinations paper and I sanded over it to give the ball chain impression on the bottom of the paper.
-Derwent watercolor pencils
-twill by EK Success (Martha Stewart line at Michael's)
-distress tool by Tonic Studios