Saturday, September 11, 2010


We live here in Arizona, but I still remember what I was doing on the morning of 9/11/2001.  I'm sure most of us do.  This is not about politics.  Not about race.  Nor about religion either.  It's about our country and the people who have been personally affected.  We are a country of human beings, and humans are notorious for being human.  Despite this, I love my country.  So I would like to say, I for one, will not forget those who died, all the heroes who lost their lives, all those who were injured, or those who are survivors.  I pray for you, your families, and that your memories will not die in the American consciousness.

White roses are a symbol of honor, reverence, and remembrance.
Never forget.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the very sweet reminder. We were living on a Air Force basein DC at the time and many of the wives had hubbies at the Pentagon. It was a long day until my friends husband finally came home, the last one to make it out after making many rescue attempts. Yes, most likely we will remember that day no matter where we were.