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Re: National Memorial Ribbon

I ordered mine from Parents of Murdered Children website.

I ordered one because they said the black represented the violence the red the blood shed and the Angel is the victim who lost their life. But you can go out and buy Red Ribbon and Black Ribbon and get you an angel pin and you have it. I made a bunch of them for the National Rememberence Day last year. I made a large one that hangs from my rearview mirror in my car. The angel pins normally can be found at any christian bookstore if you cannot find them anywhere else. I got wide red and black ribbon it looks really good.

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Cindy Monica's Mom

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I wore mine to court would have been pretty hard for them to tell me not to. I had it tattooed on my neck! I just got the angel last Sunday on the other side when I go back into the courtroom I know everyone will see all three tats. I would wear it what can they do but tell you to take it off, that would look pretty lame on their part.
My thoughts are with you all
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Jimmy's Mom Shirley

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I love that answer Shirley!!!!
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Laura & AV

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You go Shirley, loved that one. I like the idea of wearing the ribbon, I think I will go and order myself one!!

Timmy's mom

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I love the idea of the tatoo, I've been pondering for ever what to get Thanksss.

Re: National Memorial Ribbon

I wear my ribbon whenever I attend the P.O.M.C meetings. I also wear a photo button with my sons picture on it. You can get those at Walgreens and just put a picture of your child in it. P.O.M.C sells diffrent kind of bumper stickers to put on your car. They sell wristbands that says Someone I Loved Was Murdered. (I wear my all the time) They sell teddy bears wearing the ribbon on them. Take a look at their website. My prayers go out to all of you.