Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Never Forget





I visited the 9-11 Memorial in NYC in 2015 and it left a lasting impression on me. We cried as we walked through and it is horrifying to think of what all those individuals experienced that morning...from the people that helped, to the people in the tower and the people on the planes. Simply so sad.

See the 9-11 Memorial HERE

PLEASE Never Forget!

28 comments:

  1. Remembering and praying for those who perished and those still affected by this massive tragedy.

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  2. The museum is intense, especially the parts where you're not allowed to take pictures. I cried my way through that exhibit.

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    1. Us too! It is so hard to explain but we cried the whole way too! HUGS - Have a good week!

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  3. Haven't been but on my bucket list. NEVER FORGET!

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    1. It is totally worth the trip. So sad and sureal

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    2. Have a great day and week Linda - HUGS!

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  4. I've never been to New York and I'll never go, but if I did I would visit this hollowed ground.

    I will never forget. ♥

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  5. Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

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    1. Thank you Sandee! I hope you have a fantastic day as well! HUGS

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  6. I hope to some day visit this...My husband and son visited the Flight 93 Memorial 2 years ago...Thanks so much for visiting!! Here is the link to the post about the Flight 93 Memorial: https://debbie-dabbleblog.blogspot.com/2017/11/flight-93-national-park-carnegie-museum.html
    Hugs,
    Deb

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    1. Thanks for link that was interesting! Have a greta week Debby!

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  7. Someday I hope to make it there but if I don't, I know I'll never forget the day, the lives lost and those whose lives were torn apart.

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  8. I have this on my bucket list, Ann. Like you, I am sure I would need some tissues for the tears.

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  9. The day still brings back all the heavy memories

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  10. A very sad day. I can't even begin to imagine what it must have felt like to be there that day

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    1. Me either Ann and I hope I never have the experience. Hugs

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  11. The memorial is a very moving and solemn place, almost silent except for the background noise of New York. Coincidence, we visited in July 2015.

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    1. Oh wow! Definitely an interesting coincidence. Thanks for reading Andrew

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  12. I really want to visit there and we must never forget. I just posted a blog about the Flight 93 Memorial that is located near my house: https://csuhpat1.blogspot.com/2019/09/flight-93-memorial.html

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    1. I have visited that memorial - it is very moving as well. Agreed - never forget!

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  13. Someday I hope to get there. I have visited the Flight 93 Memorial several times.

    I did a blog post years ago as part of a blogosphere-wide event. Over 3000 bloggers participated, each one was given the name of one of the patriots who died on 9-11 and we had one month to research them and then on the 5th anniversary we all published our tributes and linked to a central blog (that no longer exists). It was amazing and I will never forget a young man name Jon Richard Grabowski. I think of him and pray for his family each September 11.

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    1. That is amazing - it is a shame that the blog no longer exists. We owe them all so much. Thanks for reading Stacy.

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  14. I will never forget either. We were there in 2016. What I found out yesterday for the first time is that there were 11 pregnant women who passed away and they have their name and then is say's "and their unborn child."

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    1. Oh wow....I had never heard that Debby. So sad for everyone that lost their lives in the senseless act of violence!

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