Just like everyone to think about all those people of all nationalitys that never went home today.
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On a more cheerful note, it is also my brother's birthday today (although he won't be reading this because he hates gardening)
9 Sep, 2008
Not ignoring your blog Daff its very poignant but what to say that can offer some comfort to those who have suffered so much .Whilst governments continue to inflict the consequences of this tragedy around the world , perhaps it has served to strengthen the bond between common people whatever their nationality.
In its own way goy may be doing its bit to foster these relationships.
My young grandaughter was in that tower a month before , she sent me a card . I dread to think about what could have been !!
I always think about them on 9/11, and also the 7/7 boming that was over here.
I echo the sentiments that have been expressed. The dates of tragedies are always hard for those left behind and we are thinking of them too today.
Andrewr, happy birthday to your brother, he doesn't know what he's missing : )
Bonkersbon .. I couldn't have put it better myself.
Amy, It make me shudder at the thought of anyone in there, especially if i had known anyone personally, It doesn't bear thinking about.
So do i Clarice : (
good on you Chrispook, It doesn't cost anything to just stop for a moment and remember.
I for one will never forget 9/11. I live about 2 1/2 hours drive from NYC. Many people who live in my city commute to NYC every day. 42 people from my area lost their lives that day. People who live at the end of my street lost two sons who worked for a large brokerage firm in the towers. So very sad. Fate was very good to some. My sister's brother in law stayed home that day because his wife gave birth at 8 am that morning.
16 Sep, 2008
some good came out of this tragedy Mikec.
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