A few weeks ago the kids had the day off school to join with a large portion of our extended family for a trip in to a memorial service held at the Cobbers Sculpture near the Shrine of Rememberance. The service was to remember the soldiers who were involved in the Battle of Fromelles during World War 1, ‘one of the worst 24 hours in Australia’s entire history’. This service was significant because it also honoured the memory of the soldiers who fought and lost their lives and were buried in mass graves who until recently were unknown. One of those soldiers has recently been identified as my great great uncle Tom Sheridan.
And for something a little different – a self portrait.
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