Saturday, September 11, 2010


In memory of all those people who lost their lives on the ninth anniversary of the September 11 attacks, a nation remembers the horrors of that Tuesday morning in 2001. We all remember where we were and what we were doing, a day that will not be forgotten.

give a little love today, smile at a stranger, help your neighbor...for we are able to.


  1. I am from Suwalki, in Poland. 11th September 2001 at WTC killed my countryman, precisely from Suwalki. I remember about him and other victims. It is a sad day.

  2. Bless you, Judy for taking the time to remember an event that is nearly a decade ago. I do remember very clearly my first experience of the horrible news and images. I was living in Australia at the time and my knees and stomach litterally went weak. I cried and was unable to work for a few days. Fortunately, our university was most sympathetic to we expats.

    As you know, my son is serving in Afghanistan right now. It's a poignent day for us, even as we go through our 'normal' routine.

  3. You are right Judy.. Each of us can remember what we was doing at this precise time, when we heard the news... so bad so sad ..

  4. Thank you for this. I saw the plane come in as it hit the Pentagon (I worked in a high rise with prime view of the air space) and felt and heard the blast and then saw that awful black smoke. My brother-in-law was one of the firefighters who responded to the Pentagon, too.

    Lives changed then.