9/11 and 18 Years Ago

I would be remiss if I made no post to make mention of the 9/11 anniversary. The National Geographic channel has been running a lot of programming, especially one I have mentioned on the blog before”. 9/10- the hours before.” If you have opportunity to catch it. It is extremely bittersweet knowing what we know is going to happen. If you miss it, you can also see it on You Tube. It is definitely worth catching.

Signing off on the eve of the 18th anniversary, thanking God for every day I have two feet on the ground and remembering ALL the poor souls of 9/11, especially those first responders who suffered long after the fact.

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thereisnosanityclause

59 year old married female, care-giving, coffee-drinking.dog loving former government employee who is writing to try to keep her sanity.

2 thoughts on “9/11 and 18 Years Ago”

  1. We will all remember exactly where we were when we learned of the horrific attacks, and what a trance of disbelief and horror we were in the days following. I still remember President Bush saying we should all go back to work, that living in that quiet, zombie state would mean the terrorists had won. I remember Jay Leno crying when he resumed his comedy programming realizing that it was his job to lighten the country’s mood again. The skies were silent for days and days, and people of different races looked at each other with more suspicion than before. I pray that our country never see another attack such as that ever again. Praying for all those with broken hearts and broken bodies. I will never forget.

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