Monday, September 11, 2006

Patriot Day

Honoring all who died.
Honoring all who serve, protect and defend.

May we never forget.


9 comments:

  1. I think that today should be a national day of rememberance, no work, no school - no sales in the stores. Just time to have quiet reflections. - Meezers Mom Mary

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  2. We fink that the Meezer's Mom has a GREAT idea!! Momma wuz just finking the same thing this morning.

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  3. We remember not working then. We remember that all of us just sort of stopped and wondered what was happening. It would be a good idea.

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  4. Do you remember, in the days following 9/11, how QUIET it was with no airplanes flying? It was eerie and disturbing. I live and work near airports and I've grown accustomed to the sounds of planes. I'll never forget just how strange and wrong it was without them.
    Karen

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  5. I think it should be a special day. All the news specials on TV brought it all back to me, like it was yesterday. I couldnt believe it then, I still can't believe it now. I am surprised it hasnt been made a special day!

    CalicoMom Toni

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  6. The Lady works near an airport and she remembers how eerily quiet it was that week.

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  7. Special purrs. I wasn't even born then. Can you imagine? Beanmom agrees with Meezer's mom.

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  8. When those towurs fell down owr ladie needed a plummbur to fix her eyes leeking. We gave her lots of hugs to make everything ok.

    Thanks fur the tribute. We will nevur furget.

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  9. I listened to some NPR archives of Morning Edition, just as I did when it began to unfold at the start of my work day (about 7 a.m. my time). I had the same emotional response of unspeakable grief and abject horror. I'm not sure that will ever change.

    William's mom.

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