Wednesday, October 27, 2010

In The Arms Of The Angel

Good Day again, ( two days in a row)

I have a lot of photos that I want to share, that means more blogging.

While in San Diego my Dad and I happened across the Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery,
it overlooks the Bay of San Diego, and it is a very beautiful spot.

The lawn was well maintained and in the background you
can see the ocean.
I do not know who this person is, but I sat for a while thinking about who was
and the life he had.

The gravestones go on forever it seemed.

These flowers we left by one of the gravesides, I love to
see that, it shows that the people before us have not been forgotten.

We only spent a little bit of time here but I felt a great spirit on these grounds. I sat on the grass and thought about all the lives that have been sacrificed for freedoms in the U.S.A. and in Canada. Now this is not a World War specific gravesite but the people buried there have served in some way to help me, for my future to keep me free to choose my religion, my occupation where I live and the friends I associate with. It was a very humbling place to visit I am very grateful for all the people who have worked so hard and even given their lives to the betterment of our two countries and the world.

Great Day.


  1. Wow those are amazing pictures. I love the flowers. I always like to see the grounds kept up really nice in cemetarys.

  2. Love the pictures -- as always. I think you captured the solemness of that spot very well.

  3. is it strange that i LOVE going to graveyards? these are beautiful. so clear.