20 Years: Always Remember

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angiesrecipes
17 days ago

I still remember vividly when I saw the news on TV….I was beyond shock.

Królowa Karo
16 days ago

Everyone remembers. This event shocked the world. It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years.

Teddy
16 days ago

Our hearts still ache when we remember this day……we will NEVER forget.

Hugs, Pam and Teddy

Molly
16 days ago

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 20 years. I will never forget that beyond horrible day.

Charles Huss
16 days ago

That is a nice tribute.

Sandra Hangey
Sandra Hangey
16 days ago

I don’t think there’s any way for anybody to forget this. Ever!

Diane
Diane
16 days ago

We were on vacation in Las Vegas on 9/11, such a tragic day in our history.

Katie Isabella
16 days ago

I do remember…and I remember strongly!

Cecilia Upchurch
16 days ago

Never ever will we forget either, your memorial collage is purrfect
Hugs cecilia

ERin the Cat
16 days ago

We will never forget. Even from across the pond, here in Upper Much-Mousing, there is a place in our hearts for thos that were lost, and those left behind.
Gentle purrs
ERin

Darla M Sands
16 days ago

Those chilling memories linger still. 🙁

Ducky & Bogie's Mom
16 days ago

It was my generation’s Pearl Harbor. I will always remember it; just like my parents’ generation remembered – and taught my brother and me about – Pearl Harbor.

Leah
16 days ago

We’ll never forget that horrible time.

Layla
16 days ago

this big anniversary hit hard.

Ellen Pilch
Ellen Pilch
16 days ago

That was such a sad time in our history. XO

Caren
16 days ago

we will never forget……..didn’t blog this year…..but am watching Live Coverage…..it will always break my heart in a zillion pieces

A ShutterBug Explores
16 days ago

Wonderful remembrance ~ Xo ~ so sad ~

Living in the moment,

A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)

Stephanie B
Stephanie B
16 days ago

Been watching the history Channel. Seeing things from different viewpoints than I had seen in the past. Huge gain in perspective but also so much more devastating 😢

Leslie Susan Clingan
16 days ago

Salute. I wanted to watch documentaries today of 9-11 but the hubs and step-son wanted to watch 13th Warrior. Maybe tonight.

Athena and Marie
16 days ago

We will never forget x

Melissa & Mudpie
16 days ago

We will never, ever forget.

Ernie the Island Cat
16 days ago

It was a sad day that changed our world forever.

Peppylady(Dora)
16 days ago

Quite shocking.
Coffee is on and stay safe

Pam
Pam
16 days ago

I will never forget back 20 years ago…..no more so then I will forget 2020 for other reasons.

meowmeowmans
16 days ago

We remember exactly where we were and what we were doing when we saw and heard. Never, ever forget.

messymimi
messymimi
16 days ago

My heart still aches.

David
16 days ago

We remember exactly where we were and what we were doing when we saw and heard. Never, ever forget.

Cathy Keisha
16 days ago

Pictures say it all. Never Forget!

Catscue Catmom
15 days ago

I have worked for American Airlines for over 30 years, that was the worst day. For weeks afterward our headquarters building was covered with flowers from people driving by and dropping off bouquets, cards, teddy bears and all sorts of things in honor of the folks who died in those planes. I will never forget that day and pray that no one ever has to experience a day like that again.

Ananka
15 days ago

We still remember here in Scotland too.

The Oceanside Animals
15 days ago

Charlee: “Our Dada says he was in a meeting that day in the only room in the building that had a television, and someone came in and said to turn on the television, and that was the end of the meeting.”

Anne M Robinson
13 days ago

I think of loved ones lost everyday from 9-11, from the OKC Bombing and so many other tragedies we have had in our country and world.