Thursday, September 11, 2008

In Memory- A Silent Tribute.


Paying a silent, prayerful tribute today in memory of those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.


We will never forget!

20 comments:

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

It was a dreadful day. I regret the response to it wasn't more creative and controlled.

I cannot think of this day without remembering i 1/2 million Iraqis have died for this day, a day they were not responsible for.

Gramma Ann said...

I think many are remembering this day today.

Patti said...

None of us will ever forget 9.11.

hippochick said...

It is hard to believe that was seven years ago. It is so etched in our memories. Like the Kennedy assassination, we all know where we were and what we were doing when we heard the dreadful news.

~hippo hugs~

Pam

ancient one said...

Never Forget!

Deborah Wilson said...

Renie,

None of us will ever forget 911...

Midlife Mom said...

Yes, I agree with hippochick, just like the Kennedy assasination we all know where we were when we heard about the attack on our country. May that day stay etched in our hearts and minds forever.

Mississippi Songbird said...

Thank you for this beautiful post.

Sammy said...

We will never forget. As a New Yorker, I feel so overwhelmed on every anniversary. It was so scary.

Thanks for this beautiful post.

Talk..to..Grams said...

I know I will never forget.

I have a nice award for you to pick up over at my blog! Love and hugs Grams

JennyLu said...

9.11 was a day not to be forgotten. I say that then let me tell you what I did on Tuesday. When I got to college I noticed the flags at half mast and I asked (the president of the college) my Bio teacher, "Uth oh, who died?" and he gave me a look. He said it was in honor of 9.11
I was embarrased! I mean, I had brought our flag to half mast in honor but... I did not know it was a country wide observance.

Linda said...

It's a day we will all remember all too well.

Sammy said...

Hi Renie,

In response to your comment on my blog, you're right! Since the cat door leads to the basement and not outside there is no way in the world someone could grab my ankle.

Perhaps this is why my husband implied that I'm crazy. :-)

ancient one said...

Renie,

My package arrived today. I love the "Chicken Soup" book and you know which one is my favorite story?

Your's of course!!

Thank you again!!

http://everlastingmercy.blogspot.com/2008/09/my-prize-has-arrived.html

Gramma Ann said...

Hi Renie,

Went to a jewelry party tonight and got to look at alot of sparkles and glitters...it was fun getting together with friends and "Yakking"

Have a good night, Renie.

Mountain Mama said...

Nice tribute Renie. It was a horrible day and I pray those left are doing ok. God help them.

Janice Thomson said...

We here in Canada mourn your loss too. It was an event that shook the world. Like 'Tossing pebbles in the stream' I can't help but think of the Iraqis losses as well...

Tina Coruth said...

Renie, thank you for this post. We will never forget. Hugs, Tina

Nancy said...

I watched a special on the History Channel the other night on this. They showed of footage that had never been shown before. How well we will always remember that deradful day! Same as JFK's assassination. Some things are just always with us. Our country was violated 7 years ago...how could we ever forget THAT?

Yes, a silent prayer should be said by all.

(((((( HUGS ))))))

audrey` said...

Your last sentence sums it up so correctly, Renie =)