It is a morning that forever changed so many.
Remember and reflect. YOU are here and reading this. THAT is something to celebrate.
Twelve years later and still, we all need love and a hug.
Impromptu Guest Post:
I don't normally go on social media sites when I am writing my blog in the morning, but this morning, I did. My sister Jane, who you all know, wrote this.
It is exactly perfect.
(She has no idea I am doing this...)
A month ago - I accompanied three teen girls to the 9-11 memorial. When we were at the fountains, I felt some sadness...BUT it was at the museum, when I saw the photo mural of faces of those we lost vibrant and alive on the wall that my tears flowed. They would not stop. The photos tugged at my heart. I remember so vividly my friends and I shielding our daughters at age 4 from the news. And now, here I was with the girls thinking they were old enough to see it all but really None of us, no matter what age will ever comprehend it.
The tears continued as I approached the "Tiles for Americas" section of the memorial. Get well cards were made on tiles after 9-11 and there were tiles of tribute, healing and hope.
Today, I will remember the faces I saw on the wall, the tiles made with love and continue to pray for peace in this world. God Bless America.
Share some love and kindness today.