Monday, September 11, 2006

Patriot Day

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

May we never forget.


9 comments:

The Meezers said...

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

Lone Star Purrs said...

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

Georgia said...

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.

Grr, Midnight & Cocoa said...

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

Patches & Mittens said...

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

Millie said...

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

PrincessMia said...

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

Rosie & Cheeto said...

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.

William said...

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.