Simply and well stated.
Carmie, where were you that day? What was it like to be in/near New York City?
2976. I will never forget that day. Ever.
Thanks for the reminder! 2976... makes my heart so so sad.
I can't believe it has been 10 years already. Still just makes my heart sink.
2976 people murdered... 2976 families changed forever. I will never forget. Well done, Carmie.
I couldn't agree with you more! Well said.
I can't believe it's been 10 years. I'll never forget that day. Ever.
This still evokes tears form me. My nehew was one of the ones lost for almost 48 hours before we knew where he was (his company was in the WT Center.) A friend (a volunteer fireman on LI) was killed-it wasn't even his jurisdiction-he was a LI fireman visiting Brooklyn that day and helped...so many others just made it out too close to even talk about.Never forget...they were just living their lives...
Straightforward and true. Thanks, Carmie.XO,Jane
To the point and well said.I work at a newspaper (nowhere near NYC) and the coverage we have been doing leading up to the anniversary has been insane. I wonder, are we missing the point? I think we may be.
I like how you stated that the victims were murdered and not "killed" there is a difference between those two words. The other day on the news, I heard them give the death count from 9/11and then say it included the terrorists. I resent that they are included in the death toll. They were not innocent victims but the purpetrators.
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