9-11-01

cyncyn
By cyncyn Latest Reply 2009-09-11 22:31:37 -0500
Started 2009-09-11 09:35:34 -0500

Let us all remember this day in history. Let us take a moment to reflex on that day. Maybe say a prayer for all the families who lost a loved one. Do you remember what you were doing at that exact moment in time? I will never forget, two of my sons were working, not far from the crash site in PA!
We all have our own problems with health, but we are lucky to be alive!
God Bless Each and Everyone Of US


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MarineMomX2
MarineMomX2 2009-09-11 20:44:58 -0500 Report

Today was one of the most devastating times in American history. I remember getting to work just as it was being reported and called my son and told him to turn on the tv. He was active duty and deployed 30 days after it happened (as soon as the air ban was lifted). From that day forward our family has never forgotten the many Americans who's lives were sacrificed that day and the lives that were forever changed because of the terroristic deeds of evil people. It's been 8yrs now, but I still see the repercussions of that day on a daily basis, whether in the lives of my sons still serving or the changes that we all must face in our daily lives because of the actions of that one fateful day. We must never forget…

daniel velazco
daniel velazco 2009-09-11 22:01:30 -0500 Report

I was sitting at home watching T.V. when
it came across what had happen. At first I couldn't believe what I was hearing. I just feel so sad for all those families that lost their love one's. Yes this is one day i9n the history of this country that we should not forget. May God be with all those people who lost someone that day. Dan

cyncyn
cyncyn 2009-09-11 22:31:37 -0500 Report

daniel,
Yes, let us never forget that day, that changed all of our lives. Let us remember all the families and their loved ones. Let us say a prayer for all the families of the service men and women who have lost their lives fighting for us and for those who are still fighting, that they return safely to their loved ones! Amen

cyncyn
cyncyn 2009-09-11 22:25:47 -0500 Report

Marine Mom,
You are so right about the changes in all of our lives, because of that day. Our men and women are still fighting for us. My heart goes out to you and your family. My prayers are with your son, and all the men and women serving our country. May god bless them and bring them all home safely!

HUGS
Cynd

Jipwhip
Jipwhip 2009-09-11 11:12:23 -0500 Report

I was working and could not believe what had happened. It was a very slow day at work because everybody was glued to their TV's. I would run next door to blockbuster to see the latest news and had the radio on also. My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who was effected by this. Let us never forget this day and what it changed for us all.

cyncyn
cyncyn 2009-09-11 11:30:46 -0500 Report

I too was glued to the tv. I did not feel ease until my boys called to say they were home! So I can only imagine the feeling that those had, that did not receive their phone calls.

hbkunkel
hbkunkel 2009-09-11 10:03:44 -0500 Report

I was teaching in NW NJ on 9-11 and was totally shocked when my principal walked in to give me a memo on what was going on in New York City. The sirens were going off continously as people and emergency equipment were being sent to the City to help. So Thank you for reminding us to remember everyone affected that day. My heart and prayers go out to everyone who was affected by the ripple effect of that day which is every single one of us. God be with everyone today and always.
Betsie

cyncyn
cyncyn 2009-09-11 10:19:00 -0500 Report

You are right, we were all affected by the effects of that day. I believed it changed us all in some way or another.

2009-09-11 09:50:50 -0500 Report

I am definately thinking of those who lost their lives on this day, and their families. Also of those who were injured and all of the people in the service industries, firefighters, police, hospitals, medics, rescue workers, who worked so hard on that day and on many days that followed. A day we will never, and should never, forget.

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