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Saturday, September 10, 2011

Yes....we remember

I took a little drive to our "Healing Field" representing all those who lost their lives on 9/11 being displayed in our area.  It includes those in the four planes, those in the Twin Towers, the Pentagon and those who gave up their lives insuring that the fourth plane never made it to its target.  There are over 3200 in all.

I hope these pictures will touch you they way I was touch as I walked among all these flags, each with the story of an individual who's family still grieves today that in these past ten years their brothers, sisters, sons, daughters, husbands and wives are no longer sitting at the dinner table.


There is no way with my lack of photo skills I could get a good clear shot of all of the flags so hopefully these bits and pieces will represent of all those who were killed that day.














 WE WILL NEVER FORGET

8 comments:

❀❀❀Ðαωᾔ❀❀❀ said...

Char,
Great photos. I have been crying all weekend every time a TV show does a recap, or they talk with wives from flight 93. Sad day, and prayers another is not on it's way.

Donnie said...

So sad and I have crying bouts with all the news coverage. God bless our nation and our military. This was a lovely tribute post for all those who were lost that day and our military who has kept us safe since that awful day.

southerninspiration said...

Nice post, Char....and a nice memorial. thanks for sharing.

Suzanne

Micupoftea~ said...

Thank you for posting these photos. God Bless everyone who was affected that day by senseless tragedy. Heartfelt condolences to family members of victims, gratitude to police/fire/emergency personnel.

jennifer said...

This is such a beautiful tribute. Thanks for sharing.

Debbie said...

I would love to visit there. It must be an incredibly moving experience.

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Hi Char, what beautiful photos and tribute. No.. this day will not be forgotten. hugs ~lynne~

ShannonPinNOLA said...

What a beautiful, moving tribute...and your pictures did it perfect justice.