Saturday, 25 April 2020

ANZAC Day



22 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who is that silly old sod?

Vest said...

Not sure Anon. Met him someplace or other.

Sue, Bowyer said...

Looking sharp there Les. You are
So resplendent in your suit showing proudly all your medals as you should be.

Thank you for your service and enjoy the rest of the day.

Xxx

Elephant's Child said...

Thank you.

Andrew said...

A very dapper Vest and good of you to make the effort.

Christine. said...

You look very smart Uncle Les ❤️
You should feel very proud of yourself and what a beautiful day too 🌞
Look after yourself and I’ll speak to you soon, I’m waiting for Broadband to be connected in my new home, everything is taking much longer due to the current situation.
Sending all my love to you
Christine 😘🥰xoxo

Lee said...

You make my heart soar, Vest. Thank you for your service...for the sacrifices you selflessly made.

A very special day...one that I always hold very dear...one during which I always shed many tears...

Thank you...take very good care of he special person you are. :)

Tim Bowyer said...

Happy Anzac Day, you're looking good, hope to come to see you when the Virus passes, I was very crook early Jan hence my non-arrival, sweep still alive but he has dementia and a heart murmur so not sure how long he’s got
Xoxo Loves ya Tim
Ps, what date did you become an Australian Citizen

Vest said...

Sue. Thank you. There are many memories there.

Vest said...

E C. Thank you too

Vest said...

Andrew. I had to alter the buttons on my blazer which either stretched or I lost Weight. The blazer is about forty years of age. and the Buttons at least 60.

Vest said...

Christine. Thank you. Chris and I are waiting for a pic of your new house, will you be still living in Dover?. Love you, xxx.

Vest said...

Lee. You are Wonderfully Kind person Thank so much.

Vest said...

Tim. Thank you. Our Ginge had to be put down a couple of months ago and was cremated, Chris has his ashes in his office, he was 12 years old, Cancer. Lucky fell off her perch three weeks ago, also cremated. How old is Sweep? 15-16?. See you soon, love Dad.

Tim B. said...

Sweep is 22.

Vest said...

Tim. 22 is pretty old for a mog. Our Sweepy lived from 1983 until 1998, the time when your puss entered this world.

Susan Flett Swiderski said...

You're looking good! I bet you stand a little taller when you're wearing all of those medals. If you don't, you should. Thank you for your service.

Vest said...

Susan Flett Swiderski. Thank you You are very kind. It is the camera angle which lessons my Height Which is Five feet Ten and a half in shoes, I have lost over 25 kilos or 50 + pounds over the past 3 years. Again - Thank you.

Vest said...

Tim. I am not sure about the time I became A fair dinkum Aussie. Certificate somewhere within my heap of files, but guessing would be the Mid Nineteen Seventies. Then again; I spent 4 months in Aus after WW2 while KGV was being repaired and my injuries were being fixed. but, that was 75 years ago. Not too many present-day strayans around then.

Jane Stokes- Honour said...

You look amazing!!!!lots of love jane xxxxx

Vest said...

Thank you Jane. Thinking of you always. Love You, Uncle Les.

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