Friday, September 11, 2009

Remembering September 11th

Remembering the victims and the heroes, the survivors and surviving familes, the devastation and the unity of our nation on the anniversary of September 11, 2001. We'd also like to thank those brave men and women in the armed forces who continue to keep our country safe and work to rid terrorism with each small step.


  1. Thanks for posting. I am always so sad when 9/11 comes around. I want to post my feelings on my blog but can never find the words. I worked in The Supreme Court Building on the Brooklyn side of The Brooklyn Bridge on that day and there were so many people who stopped at our building. Most of them were covered with debris, ashes and dust. They looked as if they were in a daze. A lot of them wanted to use the bathrooms, make a phone call or wanted water but some just wanted to ask for travel directions and to just find their way home. We set up water stations on the steps and sidewalks to save them the trouble of having to go inside. We felt so helpless and did the best we could to aid people. I'll always remember the looks on their face.

  2. Thanks for being one of the heroes, Daisy Girl. You may have felt helpless, but I am sure it meant a lot to the victims. What a terrible situation, yet I can't help but smile for all the people across this great country of ours to band together, whether it's an attack or a natural disaster, the first thing out of our mouths is "what can I do to help?" Thanks for sharing your experience. I am sure it was difficult to talk about.


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