15 thoughts on “Never, Ever Forget.

    • Indeed, Jeanne. Only worse in that every detail played out right in front of our horrified eyes .Something this truly evil makes it difficult to focus on the good things humanity is capable of, though most days, I try to do that. Today is not one of those days.

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  1. I remember the moment — as well, the hours and days and months and years afterward. With adult children in NYC, 9/11 has special meaning to me. Thank you, Marcia, for this post. 💗

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    • Oh, Gwen! That must have made it all so much more terrifying. Thank God there are truly good people in this world, though on this date, all I can think of is how staggeringly evil some can be. And that’s been on my mind a lot lately, I’m afraid. Praying we are able to remember and mourn in peace today. ❤

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    • I know how much this date means to you, Joan, and I greatly appreciated your own blog post and thoughts about it all, too. One of these days, I’d like to visit the memorials, emotional and painful though it might be. I want to be able to pay my respects, as you were able to do. Thanks for stopping by today. ❤

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    • It really was a tough day, Diana. I found myself weepy all day long. I’m glad you liked this image, too. I have a folder full, and it was hard to pick one. Thanks so much for stopping by and letting me know. 😀 ❤

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