11 September 2008

WE WILL NEVER FORGET......

Not many words can express the feelings of hurt, anguish, terror, anger, sadness and everything beyond belief on that freightful day. My heart goes out to all the families that will never forget all the important numbers on that day, 9-11-01, 8:48 the first tower was hit and 9:06 the second tower was hit. Where were you? I was serving in the Army, in Germany, away from all my family and unsure what was coming. That was indeed the worst feeling in my life and I hope I or nobody else ever have to go through that again..... We will never forget.
We will never forget the Soldiers, Fire Fighters, Police Officers, Civilians, Bystanders, children and so many others that lost their lives on that day. Unfortunately we will also never forget the images that burned into our minds, the feelings that we had that moment and for so long after that remain in our hearts. We will never forget that we were attacked and that we let down our guard because God gave us the strength to trust. He, however gives us the strength to go on and we will do that, stronger than ever and UNITED!
Thank you for remembering and never let them be forgotten. My prayers are with you all!

2 comments:

ScrapMomOf2 said...

Wonderful post Liz. It just makes me so sad to think of those that were directly affected by this. To lose someone on that day . . . I just cannot imagine. People that have lost must think about that day every single day, not just when 9/11 rolls around every year. It's heartbreaking, and it's scary that it happened in the first place. To have so much hate for another country . . . it just makes me shudder at the thought.

On a much less serious note, and on a much more happier note, I wanted to let you know that we finally got around to renting Penelope, and I absolutely, positively LOVED it! Even my husband enjoyed it! What a great family movie! It's was fantastic! I think I might have to buy it for our collection!

Have a great weekend!!

Nit said...

This was a very heartfelt post :)

I was driving to school & I remember the exact location I was on the road when the radio announced what had happened. What a terrible, terrible day!!!

Thank you for your service to our country :)