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Veterans Photograph - Veterans Remember by Carolyn Marshall

Veterans Remember is a photograph by Carolyn Marshall which was uploaded on July 30th, 2011.

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Congrats on Your recent Sale......Such a Blessing

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you so much, Beverly. My prayer is that it will bring great peace to the one receiving it and the family.

And Congrats on You Pillow Sale.............

Beautiful Tribute Carolyn and Congrats on Your Home Page Feature in: " In God We Trust "....v./f./tweet

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you so much, Beverly. They deserve to be remembered and honored. We owe them so much.

Congratulations your work is featured on the "9/11 Never Forget" Homepage of the FAA/Pixels group In GOD We Trust 9/12/16

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you for the feature, Jilian. We will always remember those who sacrifice for our country whether on our own soil or abroad. This is a great tribute page!

Thank you to the buyer in Hanahan, SC for your purchase of a throw pillow with this image. I wrote this poem for my husband, but I know it has helped bring peace to many others. I hope it does for your loved one, too.

Congratulations, your stunning piece has been featured in the FAA Group In GOD We Trust!

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you so much, Jilian, for the feature in FAA group In GOD We Trust. I really appreciate it.

Congrats...your awesome work has been featured in 500 views group and shared.

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you, Chris, for the feature in 500 Views group!

Congratulations on the sale of you art, may you continue to be successful!

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you so much, Andy.

Wonderful, Congrats on your sale,Carolyn!

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Appreciate your comments, Kay. Thanks!

Wonderful Tribute! Great Job! f/v/t

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you so much, Debra. Appreciate the f/v/t

Spoken from the heart. Beautiful

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you, Peter. Yes, it was. It can be pretty heartbreaking to see someone you love and friends who are close going through what they do. They really do need our love and support.

Congrats on your sale Carolyn!

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you, Mattias.

Congratulations on the sale of this beautiful image!

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you so much, Cindy.

Great to hear such wonderful comments on this piece. Thank you everyone for your support, votes/faves/etc. It all goes to our veterans and their families.

Congratulation on your sale!!

Very moving and beautiful poetic art Carolyn!!

So touching and awesome-congrats on your sale, Carolyn :)!! v -Kim

Congratulalion on your sale!

A great poem, image and tribute to all who have served our country and for those who serve today ! Just in time for Veteran's Day. Thanks for creating this one and congratulations on your sale !!

Nice work! Congrats!!

what a wonderful tribute....absolutely amazing...thank you for the verses you wrote.....as the daughter and niece of a veteran i thank you for the memorial you have created.....and the truth you have so eloquently told......v/f/fb

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Sorry for the late response, Barbara. Thank you for your service, too. The veterans families also serve by sacrificing their time with their loved ones. But it isn't only the time they sacrifice, it's the toll it takes on their hearts and minds during the service. No one can ever say "thank you" enough. My heart truly goes out to all of you family members.

Hello, as fellow member of ‘Faa Gallery Home For All Artists Who Create’ I am only able to take a quick run though the group and vote on Artist’s Favorites tonight. V &F … Elaine

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you, Elaine. I appreciate you taking the time to v/f and choosing mine from the awesome selection of fine art here.

Fantastic, great work. V/F/FB/T/G+/W promotions Bob and Nadine new paper

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Wow, I am truly grateful, Sherry, for all the support. Our veterans deserve the positive attention no matter from where it comes. They are the ones honored.

V, F, Watch, posted to the USA ARTISTS NEWS ...... Thanks again, PTSD destroyed my first marriage, to first the girl I loved since about 12years, AND the woman married for nine years, who could not handle life with me. We split. Five years later, married Nadine, who could deal with my emotional problems for the next 14 years, while I studies Psychology earning a Ph.D. Then did extensive research which eliminated the worst of the effects of PTSD, that the VA could not help. Photography and Painting has also helped, but over 50 years later and still dealing with some issues which are triggered by the news from Afghanistan or Iraq that bring tears to my eyes. Memories of Brothers who died in Korea . . . Our Family has served since the Revolution, with 17 members in the Army and Navy then, one received the Ninth Purple Heart that Washington personally awarded. Others have served in every war. Two were awarded the Medal of Honor in the Civil War one who wounded, sent to the hospital, and discharged. Then, picked up a rifle and equip, in spite of wounds, returned to his Unit and was killed at Gettysburg... 13 Uncles Served in all branches in WWII, one Killed in the Bulge. The First Marine to be awarded the Medal of Honor in Iraq, Jason Dunham a cousin, was KIA covering a grenade to save 8 marine's lives... Two of my sons served three Grandsons, one who is on his way into combat. Cant count the number of Uncles, Nephews, Nieces and Cousins who have served in our large family. . . . . . . . . "Freedom is Not FREE."

Carolyn Marshall replied:

First, Bob, thank you from the bottom of my heart for your service to our country and the sacrifices you and your family made and continue to make. No, freedom absolutely is NOT free. My husband also suffered from PTSD but has been able to deal with it over the years, so it doesn't haunt him as much now as it did when he first came home. It is something one who has served will never be totally free from. But many make their way back to a reasonable life with medical help and the love, care and understanding of family and friends. I'm glad to found a good woman to help you through.

Thank you, Bob and Sue.

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