Look at you all itty bitty. Ms. Betty had a way of containing herself, didn't she? I love your dresses and can't get over how Keith is looking at you, so handsome, I can see the love he has for you, too.
You can certainly tell that his baby sister was his pride and joy. War is such a tragic thing. It may create heroes, but it creates a lot more than that in its wake. I'm sorry for your loss, sweet Robin. I know you miss him every day, but you also have a lot to be proud of.
What a lovely photo Robin....you and your brother look so much alike. I am so sorry for your loss.Love,LuLu~*xoxo
I love this sweet photo Robin! You can see little sister is proud of big brother and big brother is smitten with little sis! Thanks for sharing!
Oh, Dear Sweet Cousin..Our Keith was special in so many ways. He was beautiful inside and out. And what a huge heart! And oh, how he could make us laugh! Most of all he showed us how much we should love and appreciate our glorious United States Of America. Keith, like your Daddy, Uncle Floyd, was a true American hero. Love to you, Kathy
Your post broke my heart. I know a few who came back in pieces in more ways than one. Thanks for sharing your photo and your brother with us, and for honoring this Veteran's Day.
To be so loved by your big brother was most certainly a gift Robin. I can just see the love for you oozing out of him. I am so sorry about his sacrifice for all of us. I know he was more than just a hero to you. warm hugs from me...
Oh, sweet pea, is this an anniversary?Love you.
He will always be at home in your heart sweet Robin! And he will always be the first star you see at night!Julie B.
I know you loved him. What a beautiful photo. Blessings to you, Dear One.
You have no idea how much this comment means. I really thank you for taking time to connect with me. This is why we are here, isn't it?