Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Anniversary


September 11th, 2001. That was a Tuesday, too. Just like today. I will never forget that day, it is frozen in time, frozen in my mind. I knew that i would never be the same. I am not.


10 comments:

JYankee said...

Indeed ...it is a sad day for Americans and for the rest of the free world.....

SOUL: said...

yes jamie, same here. as bad as my memory can be... that day...i remember pretty well. i pulled my girl out of school that day. my mom in law was about to board a plane in Albuquerque, the flights were grounded JUST before she was to board her plane.
it was ... and is... and will always be... unforgettable. and terrible. and life changing. for just about everybody.

CCC said...

god, maybe that's why I feel so weepy this a.m.. I didn't forget...just didn't connect the two.

Portia said...

love + peace

Josie Two Shoes said...

We will never be the same, Jamie, our innocence and smug sense of security was blown to bits that day. It weighs heavily on everyone's hearts. Remember how we were talking that we can all remember when JFK was shot? This date too will stay with us forever with even more horror in the realization of man's capability to carry out acts of evil.

Dave said...

Americans, Canadians plus many other nationalities lost their lives that day. It was a sad day for all.

Hopefully we can use this tragedy to untie under the banner of global freedom. Wishful thinking but one has to be optimistic.

SOUL: said...

hello. i hope your day is goin well. legs still doin ok? hope that too.
ttyl

Andrew said...

I was driving in the University van at work when I heard a plane had hit the first tower. I flew home to watch the news. I was soon to get married. I will never forget that day!

SOUL: said...

psst you up yet?

Maria said...

Me too. I remember Liv in her high chair eating oatmeal while I ran around getting ready for work.

Then, my gf at the time called me and told me to turn on the TV. I was just...stunned.

I couldn't keep the TV on. Liv kept pointing at it and saying, "plane." So, I turned it to Sesame Street and there was Kermit singing "It isn't Easy Being Green."

I didn't go into work that day. Or the next.