Today is Remembrance day and we read a story called My Mothers Eyes. It is an astonoshing Reality of World War 1 and is based on the many who fought and lost there lives in Flanders fields. Men who faked there age to what they thougth was their duty but spent their last minutes to the rythm of gun shots and endless shouts of mercy. Fields left with pools of innocent peoples blood. There is now poppys that sway in the wind and many people who pay there respects every year to those who died. Yet through these tough times there was unconditional love and care between each Australian soldier and the safety of our country relied on them, thats why today we remeber them. On the eleventh month at the eleventh hour the guns dropped and there was silence. Lest we Forget.