Thursday, September 11, 2008

God BLESS America

I went to see the destruction in New York myself in May of 2002_ I took a picture of the Cross


Today I am remembering all the losses, sacrifice and bravery of the people who suffered through the attacks of September 11th 2001 at the Twin Towers in New York, the Pentagon and the people that died on United flight 93.

Our country was viciously attacked by Islamic terrorists on that day and it will never be forgotten by any American as long as I have a breath to say something or strength to type or write.

God Bless America.

9 comments:

shoprat said...

And you're not alone.

Marie's Two Cents said...

I will NEVER Forget.

God Bless America!

The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

Engraved upon my heart. Painful as before.

J_G said...

Yup, God Bless the USA.

Gayle said...

Unfortunately, many so-called Americans have forgotten 9/11, Jennifer, but thankfully we never will! That day will always be as vivid to me as if it happened yesterday. Thank goodness I'm not crying anymore because if I were I'd be crying until the end of my days. It was beyond terrible, and those who say it was an inside job are seriously sick in the head!

patterns of ink said...

J_G,
I haven't been here since the big news about Palin. Needless to say, I've been very impressed with her. In fact, I'll be seeing her in Grand Rapids Wednesday night at 7:00. Oh, and McCain will be there, too. =)

J_G said...

Gayle, the further west you go from New York and Washington the easier it is for people to forget. The leftists in California, Oregon and Washington don't think terrorism is a threat at all.

Hi Tom, Governor Palin is a great choice and it woke me up. It's nice to hear from you. I went out to Lancaster PA to see the Governor but I couldn't get near the place because of all the security. You had to have a pass to get into the event. They're going to pull this one off with Governor Palin as the running mate. Sarah! Sarah! Sarah!

DD2 aka Debonair Dude said...

I see it almost weekly.I saw it a week after it happened.
It was a sight to never forget.

BK said...

I have a friend whose husband was suppose to sign in for duty at 8am at the Pentagon, but for reasons I now forget, he didn't make the appointment. The clerk who was to process his paperwork died at his desk when the plane struck.

I'll never forget.