Friday, September 9, 2011

9/11 "I Miss You Daddy"




We share in your grief.
We pray for a better world.

23 comments:

  1. So very sad. Purrs and hugs to everyone.

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  2. Just wrencing. It was and it will remain just as wrenching and devestating.

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  3. I'll never forget the shock of that day and the horror of watching the twin towers fall. I watched a program on TLC the other night about Heroes of the 88th floor, it was really good but it's also hard to watch these things without getting all emotional.

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  4. Hard to type through tears. Beautiful, so sadly real.

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  5. I have had a heavy heart this whole week thinking back to 9/11. I will always remember that tragic day.

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  6. evil triumphs when good men & women do nothing. Lets talk not fight, kill & maime

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  7. Purrs and hugs to all! Take care
    x

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  8. @wockley, amen.

    @Old Kitty thank you, you too xoxo

    @dArtagnan Rumblepurr/Diego Hamlet Moonfur thank you! ((((hugs))))

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  9. Not even going to watch this because I can't control my tears when they get going, but I appreciate the sentiment. Never forget <3

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  10. My heart goes out to all who were affected by this tragedy.

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  11. Our heart breaks for all those whose lives were taken and for the families left behind. Prayers that it never happen again either.

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  12. I moved to the U.S (north of NYC) six weeks before 9/11 and married six weeks after. It feels like yesterday. I think you'd like my post at my other blog the Boomer Muse. Hugs and purrs.

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  13. It was a very sad day for this country.

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  14. Oh that was very sad...but touching. Best of thoughts to everyone this weekend.

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  15. The shock,sting and sadness remain as strong 10 years later. NEVER FORGET Sue and Rosie

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  16. I was truly a very sad day....we do pray for the better, peaceful world.

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  17. Caren, my husband is a fireman and he is working in Virginia. I get so nervous plus they run calls in DC

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  18. ((((hugs)))) to all @CRichman try not to worry, today security will be tighter everywhere than most days ((((hugs))))

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  19. I never forget that day when I was in Bangkok, God bless all victims, Amen.

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