Rare times in local KT. Place your mouse over times and items for time conversions and info.
Welcome to the Webkinz Insider Forum forums.
You are currently viewing our boards as a guest which gives limits your access to many of our other features. By joining our FREE community you will have access to post topics, communicate privately with other members (PM), removal of some (including the "in-text") ads, respond to polls, upload content and access many other special features, such as trading, and entering contests! Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join our community today!
If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us.
We just wanna say thanks to all those Veterans, dead or alive, who have sought for our freedom; for all of those tears that have fallen, the blood that has been shed, and the sacrifices that have been made so we could live in a better place on this day of 11/11/11.
What a wonderful contest. Reminds people that it isn't just a 'lucky' day.
It's hard to come up with words that truly express my gratitude for those who have fought to protect our freedom. Those who have lost their lives so we could be safe. Those who are out there right now, dearly missed by their loved ones, so we don't have to live our lives in fear.
All I can really say is thank you all and God bless.
Thank You to all the Service Members Past and Present for Protecting Our Freedom and Way of Life. I know that I sure appreciated it when I was Thanked by people for Serving Our Country. I am Proud to be a Veteran and am so Grateful to those that gave Their Lives serving their Country.
I thank my Dad who fought in WWII in the Pacific. He was apart of an elite division of the Navy called the Seabees. I have a shadow box in my living room with all of his medals and achievements including Sharpshooter, and medals for the various campaigns.
I was always very proud of my father's actions in the war. He was one of the Great Generation of Men, a rare breed of renaissance men. My Dad could fix anything and make just about anything. He learned a great deal in the war, things he could carry over into his life, things that would help him in his journey of career, home, and family. He did very well for himself financially and self actualization.
I miss him and will always remember what he did for my country.
Here's to the boys! And now women in our armed forces, especially those Seabees.
WebkinzInsider.Com is not an official site of, sponsored by, nor affiliated with Ganz, Inc, Webkinz, Lil'Kinz, or Kinzville Newz and all character names, logos, and images are trademarks owned by Ganz, Inc.