T.G.I.F. The Grief

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The Grief Is Forever
Remember alwaysRemember always

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27 thoughts on “T.G.I.F. The Grief

  1. Sammy

    My Mom still gets leaky eyes when she sees the photos…….even now after all these years the disbelief and pain and sadness is just as fresh……….sending hugs around the world today.

    Love, Sammy

  2. Diane

    It’s hard to believe it’s been 14 years, It’s one of those tragedies, for me, like the assassination of President Kennedy that I’ll always remember where I was when I heard the news. (well, that is at least till dementia sets in)

  3. hannahandlucy

    We couldn’t believe our eyes when our boss phoned us and told us to put the TV on in her room. We never expected to see such terrible things happen in a supposedly civilised world – she was distraught as her son lived close to New York and she couldn’t get through to him for ages but at least he wasn’t hurt but she still had to take the first flight she could so she could see him and his family in the flesh.
    Sue (Hannah and Lucy’s Mum)

  4. Annabelle

    We hope that this sad anniversary is never overlooked but we are fearful the more time that passes the more overlooked it will become. We live in dangerous times, more now than ever.

  5. Cathy Keisha

    Yes, it is. Thank you for sharing. We’ll never forget what we saw that day. Unfortunately much of which was seen up close and personal and not on TV. Prayers to those in PA and DC also.

  6. The OP Pack

    How very true!

    Paws crossed and heads bowed here in silent tribute to our many heroes.

    Woos – Ciara and Lightning

  7. Emma

    It is a very sad memory day, but being born on this day, we have hope and lots of happiness though we don’t forget the tragedy.

  8. Sherri-Ellen T-D.

    I remember the phone ringing that fateful morning Brian>>>I was making coffee & had NO idea what had happened…As my friend on the phone burst into tears & told e what was happening I turned on the TV. I was utterly stunned. I sat most of the day trying to understand what had happened. To this day it still haunts me. Even we Canadians were shocked by what happened. Our part of the world is supposed to be civilized….
    We will never forget <3
    Sherri-Ellen

  9. Team Dash Kitten

    Mum was doing a painting curse in the middle of the English countryside when this happened. The whole class was shocked. Mum could not bear to look a the destruction and distress it was terrible to behold.

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