May the tragedy of 9/11 never be forgotten. Thinking of all our USA Cuties.
Such a sad and horrible day. I agree with the thoughts others have posted. Thank you for caring about us and our country.
Thank you for your thoughtfulness. It's hard to forget that tragedy.
There are days in ones lifetime that will never be forgotten. We can recall exactly where we were and what we were doing. 9-11 is one of them. Turning on the TV and watching the plane hit the tower.......will forever be etched into my memory. Today is a day to remember the many people that lost their lives. Among it all were also lots and lots of stories of people helping each other
I don't think anyone in the world should forget what happened on this day. It has changed the world in so many ways. Thank you for reminding us all to remember to pray for our own countries. This world is again horribly changed by this virus and fear has become our neighbor yet again.
Oh how I remember that horrible day. My heart still aches. I will never forget. As I think about that day I also remember other days our country has suffered. Thank you for the continuing prayers for our country.
I remember hearing it as it was happening on the news. So scary. Such a sad day
Thank you, Chris...I remember that DAY vividly...where I was at that exact moment, who I was talking to on the phone at work, the unbelievable feeling when I heard about the first tower, running to a TV at work and turning it on and seeing the horror of it all....a day that no one in the world should forget...Unfortunately, I do not think we have learned all the lessons we should have after that tragedy...
I'll never forget! At first I thought it was a movie being advertised. As soon as I saw it was the news--my heart sank. The horror of the attack and then the realization that there were other planes... All the lives lost...
Exactly and a day that is unfortunately etched into our memories. For those lost and the families they left behind...
Oh, my what a horrible day that was. My husband was consulting in the DC area and my brother worked in building near the Capital in DC. When I saw the Twin Towers fall on TV, I couldn't believe my eyes - so many lost their lives that day. And then, when we heard the reports of such heroism - my heart just aches when I think about it all. Thank you, Chris for posting - I will never forget that day - it must never be forgotten! Love and hugs, Laura