I hope no one fogets that day, I know I won't
Was just watching an NBC special about it and we rang bells at church, sang songs relating to God's supremacy despite everything, Pretty awful to rewatch the events, yet we must never forget. That sounds trite, but it's true. I surely do remember everything about it.
Some things we will never forget. Unfotunately, the younger people didn't see it happen and it won't have the same impact on them and they won't feel the same way. I am aware of Pearl Harbor but I am sure that those that lived it have much stronger feelings.
Every body hates us but every body wants us. Don't EVER forget.
My daughter was born in 95 and remembers it. Of course, it kind of affects military children differently than civilian children. She watched some of the things on tv with me tonight, cried right along with me too. It's terribly hard for her and I both to watch. We're both very sensitive to others. Empathic nearly. It's so bad that we both nearly never go out into large crowds when major events happen that cause high emotions like stress or pain. Neither of us can handle it.
Even after 10 yrs, We both had to walk out of the room to gather ourselves together. Some things just never stop hurting. We will never forget.
I think that everyone remembers where they were and what they were doing on that Tuesday morning. My oldest remembers, my middle child doesn't and my youngest hadn't been born. I think it was especially scary for those in Manhattan and the DC area, as well as other major metropolitan centers. Maybe all of us felt like targets. I think that was the first time in recent history that Americans really felt vulnerable.
Don't forget Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995. My Mother could feel the blast at her house..Bombed by Timothy McVeigh..
I saw the plane hit the second Tower.. I WILL Never Forget!!!!