Friday, September 11, 2009

We Will Never Forget . . . (Cloche party below)

Please - never forget. Not the heroes, not the innocents, not their families. Never forget.



















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14 comments:

Theresa said...

I am proud to be an American and I will never forget that day! Love you and have a blessed day!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

What a beautiful tribute. I mentioned your post on my blog today. God bless you.

A Hint of Home said...

Great post and reminder of what was lost and how grateful we are that more lives were not lost.
Have a great weekend!

Lisa said...

A poignant tribute Karen.

Tootsie said...

this was so terrible. I remember that day ...it was such a changing day for so many!

susan said...

Karen-I just got by to see your cloches and found this wonderful tribute. I hope none of us ever forgets this day. I know where I was and what I was doing is forever etched into my heart. I wish that we could all be so united again without the impetus of tragedy.

Connie said...

I will never forget either. I am still amazed that an airplane could knock down such a large building. I wish more people knew how truly fortunate we are to live in this country and that we don't see destruction like this too often. God Bless America!!
Great photos...COnnie

Connie said...

Hey Karen, I attached a link to your blog from my facebook page.

Connie

Shelley said...

Great tribute Karen! A reminder of how precious our freedoms and way of life is and how we must do everything to protect it!

P.S. Miss you too! Scout sends her puppy smooches!

Tricia Hazen said...

This is Tricia, I'm a friend of Connie. She put your 9/11 piece on FB. Thank you for the reminder, we must never forget all that has been done so we can have freedom.
Make every day a blessed day!

Nina Diane said...

very nice post Karen....

Jane said...

This is a beautiful tribute! I just finished watching the FOX News special...it was powerful. I do hope Americans remember this day.

Blessings,
Jane (artfully graced)

Judi said...

That is a very moving post with all the pictures....hard to imagine something like that could have happened...
I hope you are having a good weekend...and enjoying some nice weather too.
come by and visit...
Judi

Joyce said...

It's still so hard to see the pictures, isn't it? We live outside the city and go in often. The skyline still catches me off guard. I don't know if you read Billy Coffey's blog but he had a wonderful post up today too-

http://www.billycoffey.com/2010/09/when-the-monsters-reached-out/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+BillyCoffey+%28Billy+Coffey%29

God bless America today and everyday!