Tuesday, September 11, 2007

We Remember


If you grew up in the 60's, you will never forget the day John F. Kennedy was killed. Many of our children will do the same for 9/11.





This is a piece of steel from the World Trade Center. It is part of a memorial in our town's park. Sixteen people from our community died on that morning.





And so, we lay wreaths,





remember their names,





and try to find peace.






7 comments:

  1. What a loving memorial. It still hits me just as hard today as it did then. Where are the flags today? Seemed like every house had one flying. Did patriotism suddenly go out of style?

    Love,
    Julie

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  2. Thank-you for the rememberance! So many effected in so many ways. cherry

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  3. AMEN

    Julie

    (After I wrote this I saw that I wasn't the first to make this comment. But it's exactly what I thought when I saw your post.)

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  4. Cindy, I love your remembrance of 9-11...it is beautiful.
    bj

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  5. Beautiful Tribute!

    Being from Jersey, you were so close to the tragedy.

    ~elaine~ from Southern Cal

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