This is indeed a very sad day for the entire world. I pray for the lives that were lost, the families still trying to pick up the pieces and remain hopeful for a time where our world will exist in peace.
This is a bittersweet day for me: I am SO sad for the families who have lost loved ones, the people who survived BUT have had horrible problems ever since and the soldiers alive and who have made the ultimate sacrifice. However, today is my daughter and son-in-laws first wedding anniversary, so last year this day was a VERY happy day for all of us. None of us will EVER forget 9/11/2001.
Thanks so much for visiting my new blog today! I must say, I remember looking at your blog not long ago, and thought how much I loved your title and header. I was in the midst of figuring out how I wanted mine to look and what to call mine. I studied so many out there and I think you've done a great job!! I look forward to following your blog too. I've already signed up to do so. I can relate to your life being a mother to boys and a dog! Ha!
This is indeed a sad and proud day for all Americans. We all remember where we were and what was happening in our mundane lives when we heard about the attacks on NYC, the Pentagon and PA. It makes me sad that so many of the blogs I read regularly didn't even recognize this historic day in our history. Is painting knobs for your dresser more important than this day in your mind and in your country's history? I'm so disappointed in the people I've followed on blogs. Maybe I've expected too much.