Sunday, October 10, 2010

Consecrated Ground


When I was a young grade school student I recited the Gettysburg address from memory at a parent assembly. I doubt that I fully understood the meaning of the words. Visiting the Gettysburg battlefields many years later, it's not hard to understand the holiness of the ground here and the true meaning of equality and country.

I purchased the Gettysburg Die Cuts at a very nice LSS in Gettysburg called "Forevermore Scrapbooks". They have many rooms full of patterned paper. They also sell the Civil War papers and die cuts on line.

September 2010

6 comments:

Char said...

Great LO Cindy! So meaningful for you too! It is nice that you found that LSS to purchase some things!

Denise said...

Beautiful page :) Awesome border on your layout!!!

Peggy said...

Simply beautiful!
xxx Peggy

Donna Spina Lebeduik said...

Fabulous!

mammasol said...

Awesome!!!

Beata said...

I like your LO. Especially as I visited Gettysburg during one of our family trips to the US. My son was too small then to understand the story behind it, but I took so many pictures that one day I'll use them to teach him about his background. Thanks for the inspiration:)