Entries for Guest book
|Name||Location||Your Message||Entry Date|
|lloyd n. cosby||alexandria, va usa||
I\'m with the society of the honor guard, tomb of the unknown soldier
|November 22, 2013 at 1:58 am|
|Pat Moldowan||Stonewall, Mb Canada||
We had a presentation tonight at our Kinette meeting by a young man who suddenly went blind at the age of 17 and it reminded me of having listened to you speak at our national Convention in Halifax a
|November 21, 2013 at 10:51 pm|
|Charles Daldry||Aurora, CO United States||
I like your tradition of two minutes of silence to honor veterans. As a Vietnam vet I watched our country send off its men to fight and then treat the returning soldiers with contempt. I hope yours w
|November 17, 2013 at 4:08 pm|
|Peggy Kays||Preston, Mo, U.S.A.||
Thank you Terry Kelly for writing this beautiful song and sharing this video. I am sharing it with my facebook friends so more will see and hear it.
|November 14, 2013 at 5:40 am|
|dan sternquist||conklin, ny USA||
Best video of the year!
|November 13, 2013 at 4:54 pm|
|Debora Soutar||Chilliwack, British Columbia Canada||
Our minister, Heather Anderson, showed your video of "A Pittance of TIme" at our Sunday service this past week. It's lovely and is very moving. I hope our local MP, Mark Strahl, views it....
|November 13, 2013 at 10:51 am|
|Mark Hanson||Bloomington, Illinois U.S.A.||
I am a veteran of the Vietnam war. I have seen the remembrance of Veterans Day grow less with each passing year. Too many forget that what we enjoy today was paid for by those who put on a uniform and placed themselves in harms way for the sake of others. Thank You for A Pittance of Time and God Bless you.
|November 12, 2013 at 10:42 am|
|Carole O||Allentown, PA United States||
Terry, I discovered your "Pittance of Time" video a few years ago. Since then, I have shared it with hundreds of schoolchildren, aged 11 - 14. We always have a lengthy discussion afterwards and many share their own stories of family members who have served or are serving. This song transcends boundaries of place and time. Thank you for honoring those who have much more courage than I do.
|November 11, 2013 at 12:24 pm|
|Annie DeM.||Calgary, AB Canada||
As like many of the other guests I too love and tear up every time I listen to *A Pittance of Time* Don't every stop writing songs that can touch everyone's heart like this song does
|November 11, 2013 at 8:49 am|
|Karen||Grassie, ont Canada||
|November 11, 2013 at 7:59 am|
|Kathy Hawkesworth||Edmonton, AB Canada||
It has been years since I first saw your video "A Pittence of Time". Since then I have shared the link with colleagues, family and friends but have never actually said thank you to you for it. It has become a most meaningful part of my Remembrance Day observance and has yet never failed to move me to tears. It always reminds me of the generations we have and are losing (including parents and grandparents) and reminds me that we have new vets in our midst. It is a real gift of music and talent and I thank you!
|November 11, 2013 at 7:28 am|
|Lt(N) Darrin Curran||Ashcroft, BC Canada||
Thank-you for recording such a wonderful and powerful song such as A Pittance of Time. I listen to it every year right before putting on my uniform and attending Remembrance Day ceremonies.
|November 11, 2013 at 6:43 am|
|Verna Stryde||Beaverbank, Nova Scotia Canada||
I lost my husband 7 1/2 years ago to PTSD. He served 2 tours overseas. Thank you for putting in words, what so many of us feel on Veterans Day.. too many forget.. most of us remember..
|November 11, 2013 at 6:14 am|
|Donna MacKenna||Calgary , AB Canada||
So well said Terry, a touch the heart song...
|November 11, 2013 at 6:03 am|
|Mae||Scarborough, On Canada||
Thank you very much for a beautiful song to remind all Canadians the sacrifices our soldiers gave for us to live a life of freedom. The words and video evoke such emotions. This should be played on all media channels to honour our vets.
|November 11, 2013 at 3:10 am|
|Tom Harmes||Eastern Passage, NS Canada||
|November 11, 2013 at 1:33 am|
|Barbara Black||new westminster, bc canada||
I post this song(Pittance of time every year on Nov. 11......) It always makes me tear.....Thank you!
|November 10, 2013 at 6:30 pm|
|Kim Ethier||Ottawa, on Canada||
Hi, I'm looking for the video A Pittance of Time, which has the funeral scene of Corp. Robbie Beerenfenger, he was my cousin and really miss him. I used to watch that video so often but now I seem to have misplaced that link could you please help me locate it. I am so happy about this song I think people need to pay more respect and gratitude towards our veterans and soldiers. Thank you.
|November 10, 2013 at 5:01 pm|
|Cathy McAvoy||Sheet Harbour, NS Canada||
Hello TK, hope all is well in your world. I think of you often but more so this time of year as "a Pittance of Time" plays more frequently. Chrismas is not far away so soon the TK Christmas music that I love so much will come out. But my favorite is still Mama Likes To Rock and Roll. Think of you often. Hugs, Cathy
|November 10, 2013 at 4:40 pm|
|Barbara Fisher||Chester, NS B0J 1K0||
Mr. Kelly, The first time I heard this song was at my son's school in Chester when he was in Grade 4 and I cried all the way through it! It caught me off guard and it clutched at my heart and my emotions spilled down my face. Thank you for taking the time to write this song and sing it..............you touched my heart and soul, as I am sure you have touched many others. I will be listening it tomorrow at the Eleventh Hour, of the Eleventh Day, of the Eleventh Month. God Bless you Always and may we always Bless those who fought for our Country's freedom. xo
|November 10, 2013 at 4:16 pm|
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