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Saturday, September 11, 2010

PINK SATURDAY


In remembrance of those that we lost nine years ago today, their families, and our troops all over the world.

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15 comments:

Hilary @ Sweet as June said...

remember. sometimes there is so much power in one word.

dana said...

I hope we remember every single day. . . . those who were killed deserve that from us.

Lovely, simple post. . . right to the point! L, dana

Gracie Jewellery said...

Very nice. Thank you.

Jacqueline said...

Old Glory Forever is right. God goes before us. Thank you for the tribute Carol.

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Thank you! I will always remember!

dogsmom said...

I will never forget. We need to keep their memories alive in our hearts.

Do something nice for a rescue worker today.

gail said...

No, we must never forget!
gail

Ann said...

Your centerpiece says volumes about that horrific day in history. Shall we never forget.
Ann

LV said...

You have a very nice post today in honor of 9-11. It is hard to believe it has been 9 years.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Carol,
I remember, nor will I ever forget! A tragic day in history! A wonderful tribute, thank you. Happy Pinks.

Blessings,
Sandi

Mary said...

Hi Carol, what a pretty header picture and Fall background. I really like it. (I like what was there before, too. ;)

The devastation and destruction that day was on such a huge scale, it's necessary to remember what was done to the people of our Country. I wonder if younger people know - how even the fire trucks couldn't move because their tires melted from the heat. People didn't jump out, the explosions blew them out of the bldgs. It was truly horrific.

sissie said...

Hi Carol,
God Bless America!

hugs
Sissie

Sherrie said...

I feel so embarrassed. I did not know that 9/11 is called Patriot Day. How did I not know this!! You see in Maine and Massachusetts we have Patriots Day which is in April on a monday. In fact when my daughter was born on the 18th of April, it fell on Patriots Day. The day is in acknowledgment of the Revolutionary War. Why do all days of importance have to be from a war(s). Isn't it time for a Peace Day? Take care.

Couture de Papier said...

Beautiful post and blog..
Thank you Happy Pink Saturday

Mona Kay at Home said...

May we all remember, and heal.