September 11, 2009

We Will Never Forget!


9 comments:

blushing rose said...

Never to forget. We have an in-law in the buildings that collapsed, her tales of horror are deafening. Another in-law was in the air, his plane was landed within seconds in the middle of the USA. We had a friend that was sitting at a desk where the Pentagon was hit directly, who was severely burned & seen on TV running out of that hole ... God bless them all. Have a lovely weekend. TTFN ~ Marydon

Pat said...

Amen to that........living in NJ in a town where several were killed that day, it has had a lasting effect on me. We need to make sure future generations always remember, too....so the right level of vigilance can be maintained in order to prevent another such horrible day for our country.

SewCalGal said...

Thank you for remembering 9-11 and for taking time to post your thoughts on your blog. May we never forget.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Quilter In Paradise said...

I feel like those in control wish we would forget this horrific event that happened in our country.

It is up to us, American citizens, to keep the reminder going.

Thanks for caring!
Beth in Dallas

Lori in South Dakota said...

I was very busy yesterday, but my mind kept wandering to that day, remembering what I was doing, what I was watching on TV. No, I don't think I will forget.

Julie said...

I have a son that is a Firefighter so we can forgot this. I worry so much about him every time we hear about a firefighter going down. There was just two last week in California.
We also went to New York the following summer after 911 and went to the sight and boy I have never felt such a somber feeling as I did that day!

Connie W said...

and Amen ...

I like the photo in your header!

Teresa said...

I certainly hope we never forget, although I think there are many in our government these days that wish it would just go away. I will never forget the horror of that day and the sadness that followed.

How is your husband doing?

Teresa said...

I certainly hope we never forget, although I think there are many in our government these days that wish it would just go away. I will never forget the horror of that day and the sadness that followed.

How is your husband doing?