Wednesday, September 11, 2013

9/11 We Always Remember

My prayers are with all who still suffer from the events of 9/11.

MY goal is to visit the 9/11 Museum at Ground Zero. Knit pal and real/pretend friend Jennifer (Major Knitter) promised to take Fireman and I there when we visit her in the future.   

God Bless America

7 comments:

Nancy Kay said...

Very nice post of remembrance today! I hope you get to visit the museum. I understand it's going to be opening soon. I got to visit Ground Zero last October, and it was a very moving experience. Prayers for peace and comfort...

Katherine said...

Fireman son was at ground zero a few months ago and said it was the most sobering and shattering experience he has ever had. That's saying a lot for a firefighter!

We are praying today for the families of the lost ones and for America!

Teri said...

This past weekend my sister and parents had to evacuate their hotel room down seven flights of stairs in the wee hours of the morning. All they could think about was how the people on 09/11 must have felt during that terrible day...Really brought it home.

Nancy said...

May those who lost loved ones and those who survived this tragic event find peace in knowing the world will never forget what happened 12 years ago.

SissySees said...

What a patriotic photo! We want to visit that memorial as well.

Araignee said...

I'll never forget my drive home from work that day. Seeing tanks with machine gunners on top lining the Baltimore/Washington Parkway was terrifying. Our elementary school had been on lockdown and although all outside communication was cut off for the day, my teenaged daughter managed to send me an email early that morning that I kept taped on the wall by my desk until the day I retired. It read: MOM...WHAT THE HELL IS HAPPENING?
Knowing she was sitting in our new condo, right in between NSA, BWI and Fort Meade, all alone and afraid was torture. I can only imagine what it would have been like to have lost someone that day. Visiting the Pentagon memorial as beautiful as it is, is a painful reminder of the day that changed EVERYTHING.

Judy S. said...

My DH lost a childhood friend that terrible day. He and his family were in our thoughts yesterday along with all the other families whose lives were irrevocably changed forever in a matter of minutes.

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