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"from my front porch in the
I remember the day as if it
were yesterday--Thank goodness
it wasn't! I was home sick and
Ken was on his way to work
when he called and asked if I
had the TV on, I said NO but
promptly turned it on and was
horrified at what I saw! What
started out as confusion
became quite clear. I kept Ken
up to date as the day progressed
because I could not stop watching
and watching and watching!!!!
I am sure that you were in the same
boat. Maybe you know some affected
by the day or lost someone that day---
we did not but OH how our hearts
went out to those on that fateful day!
Many many prayers go out to ALL!!!
To those who lost family and friends,
coworkers and to those of us that
REMEMBER each day.
God bless us all!!!
~Keep on Dreaming~
Bless us all. With remembrance, today and every day.ReplyDelete
My husband was travelling & I MADE him turn around & come back home from the trip, as he was headed right into the area of the Pentagon. Our friend was the man you viewed on TV running out of the hole in the side of the Pentagon, on fire. He was horribly burned.ReplyDelete
May God continue to help us all heal & bless the souls once again.
God Bless America, may she stand FREE forever.
Good post Malinda....ReplyDelete
I rememember sitting in my moms and dads living room visiting. Our youngest daughter was home on maternity leave. She came in and said that a plane had hit the world trade center. What dis belief we had.