9.11.2009


25 comments:

  1. we will never forget.

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  2. Very nice. We're remembering today, too.

    Purrs and hugs,
    The Kitty Krew

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  3. Never to be forgotten, a day forever etched in our minds and hearts.

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  4. Bootiful piccy! We remember too!

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  5. A day that changed our lives. We will always remember.


    Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

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  6. It is important to remember.

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  7. We remember those that were lost that day...

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  8. Wonderful tribute post....

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  9. Wonderful post. I think of this day, everyday.

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  10. It seems like it just happened today ... we still can't believe what transpired on that day and we remember it constantly, especially since our neighbors' cousin was there and fortunately made it out alive.
    Purrs and headbutts,
    Sabrina, Sam, Simon and Momma Jan

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  11. A lovely tribute--as always.

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  12. Beautiful post. That terrible day will always be in our memories.

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  13. We're remembering today too.

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  14. Beautiful tribute !

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  15. Mai mom starts every 9/11 by crying. She sez to tell you "Thank you for remembering! Never forget." xxoo Bhu

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  16. That day and the lessons it has taught us will never be furgotten...

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  17. Beautiful post. We will never forget!

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  18. We will always remember.

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  19. We will never forget wherever we live..

    Hugs GJ x

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  20. Thanks so much, Ann. Our mom gets too upset when she thinks about 9/11 (she is from DC) so she didn't post about it today. We like that you included the Pentagon because our mom's dad worked there for a long time.

    P.S. We posted a graphic that you made for us today, and everyone really likes it - thanks for that, too.

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  21. You made a very good statement with the collage and the three locations for the attack.
    We won't forget. And it's important the the young people growing up know what happened.
    Christina Wigren (through Sara Cat)
    My post on 9/11 is on
    http://annasadornments.blogspot.com
    But an even better text than mine is on:
    http://www.pattygale.com/general/remembering-911-the-day-everything-changed.html/

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