So true. I have to say that I thought my sister Rachel (who never blogs or looks at blogs) was leaving me commetns. I was so tickled to find out it was you. How fun!
rachel we took our kids to new york last december. we went to ground zero. it's wierd, and erie. you cant help but cry when you see christmas trees with fire fighters pictures all over them. it was so sad and surreal.....i can't even imagine that day. the pictures still make me cry!
hey rachel it's kathryn (johnston) in vegas. i wrote the above comment. for some reason it came under my husband collin's name.p.s. love your trip to tri-cities for apples. makes me want to go!!
wow. . .
I still can't believe its been 8 years.
I never will forget this day! My grandson was born on this day also so it was a good and bad day for us.
♥ it still amazes me how they planned the perfect spot to do so much damage!!! Such a sad sad day!!!
Thanks for sharing. We need more of this remembering so we dont forget to fight for our freedom!
oh this made me cry:(
You are one of the FEW blogs that did this (paused to remember).....thanks for that. Also, we just happened to post the same youtube video.....I guess this one spoke to us both.
Such a sad day. Thanks for sharing. We can not forget.Ruth
I've been to "ground zero" a couple of years ago. I never got to see the twin towers before that. But you can not help but feel a reverence in that area for all those who have passed. God Bless America. My mother's b-day is 9/11. It wasn't until that fateful day did we ever think of her b-day date as 9-1-1. It's kind of a bummer for her on her b-day. We want to celebrate a little, but the rest of the country is in mourning. Makes me think of the babes that were born ON 9/11.
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