Monday, September 11, 2006

NEVER FORGET


September 11th. This is the day we need to take some time and remember all those brave souls that where murdered for just going to work. No matter who you are this affected you and you are lieing to yourself if you think this attack did not. On September 11 please remember all those wives who's husbands never came home. Husbands still waiting for their wives to walk in the front door. All those moms and dads and brothers and sisters who will never get another day with their sons or daughters or brothers or sisters. And especially remember all those children who lost their dads and moms. Those children will never have a chance to look up to that parent for advise, never pass another football around, never have all those memories.

Please take some time today and remember those we lost. If you think we don't need to think about this any more take a moment and look at a list of the names or this list .

God Bless the victims. God Bless America. Never Forget!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

While I appreciate the sentiment and the gravity of this occasion--and the importance of a tribute, this post was a grammatical nightmare.

Lucy

lucy said...

While I appreciate the sentiment and the gravity of this occasion--and the importance of a tribute, this post was a grammatical nightmare.

Lucy

thepreppyprincess said...

Amen to that Tod.

jilly said...

That was heartfelt. I have not been able to turn the radio on this morning or the TV. I was there, in midtown, and not being out East with my friends on this day this year or last, does not seem right. Being there and feeling what one felt in the pit of your stomache cannot be explained. I will keep to myself and reflect today on the friends that I lost, and for the friends that continue to fight to keep us safe. I love reading your blog, keep it up.

thepreppyprincess said...

Lucy, I think you missed the point of the post.

Anonymous said...

lucy... what is wrong with you? you disgust me correcting a post like this. you really did miss the point of this post. tatiana

lucy said...

I think the point was very clear, however--the wording was not. I do think, however, that disgust is an awfully naive reaction.