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    Remembering too Terry.

    Thank you xoxo

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  • Terry
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    Just saying;

    Thoughts are with those affected, I guess most of us were to a lesser extent.

    Terry

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  • Twinkle
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    9/11 was such a shocking almost unbelievable day. I remember people in our avenue shouting at us to turn on the tv which we did and we was just so upset at what we was witnessing. I often watch the documentaries on tv and YouTube clips.
    9/11 will never be forgotten by us and the world.

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    Thank you for remembering us Terry and Pink on the 17th Anniversary of 9/11.

    Yes such a horrific, and sad day that I don't think will ever be forgotten especially for those who's lives it changed forever.

    I have to agree with you Terry had it been President Lunatic at that time he would have reacted in his normal irrational mental patient state of mind, pulled out nuclear weapons, and blown up all he could.

    Peace on earth

    CC xox
    Last edited by ccinjersey; 12 September 2018, 13:27.

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  • Pinkelle
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    Thinking of you cc. What a sad sad day that was. Xx

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  • Terry
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    The anniversary is here again of that horrific event;

    Can't help thinking that if Trump was in-charge, nuclear weapons would have been used straight away.

    THinking of those affected by the Twin Towers.

    Love Terry

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    Nice chatting with you as well Lynne

    Yes, would agree it was one of those life events we should never forget.

    Do hope for all Nations that we take care, and remember that sort of dangerous madness still exists, and is out there growing.

    As Terry said it's hard to comprehend, and I hope and pray we never again experience it in our lifetime, and all the generations to come.

    xoxo

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    CC,
    Nice to "talk" to you in a text today. I remember where I was that day. I was working at a Dr's office at the time. I was on the phone making appointments and we all called our loved ones because we didn't know what hit us. All my family was safe. For a while the phone lines were tied up and we couldn't get through.

    We will never forget.

    Love, Lynne

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    Thank you Dave. Yes hard to believe that long, and in some ways like yesterday.

    Hope all is well
    CC xox

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  • Davetherave
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    Thinking of you today CC, can't believe 14 years have passed since that terrible day.

    Best wishes, Dave..

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Aww Thank You for remembering the US today Terry.

    Always a difficult day here for many, and worse for others, even fourteen years later. Fortunately time is a great helper, and life goes on, and forward as it should and must

    On a personal note my family and I will never be able to forget, and grateful to remember what was not lost.

    Peace on earth my dear friend

    XOXOX

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  • Terry
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    None of us will forget it. It still seems like a film for me and I can't comprehend it really. I know other hear had first hand experience so it must have been real.

    TC

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    I was working for Black Millwork from Allendale, New Jersey at the time and I still keep the lapel badge in remembrance of this terrible shocking day.

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    Thank you for your kind words and thoughts, and for all those special forum hugs that we all can use any time, any day! Lol

    Agree with you all, a day the world will never forget.

    Yes John, agonizing would be the appropriate word. What I agonized over most was how and what would I say to my young children at that time, when I had to pick them up from school at 3pm and still no word of their Dad. Fortunately again, I was blessed,and spared that conversation, and so were they. I received a phone call at 2:45 pm minutes before I had to pick them up, that my husband was alive, injured by alive! Indeed, something else to be ’grateful’ about.

    CCxxxx

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    Hi CC,

    Very eloquent and emotive. I know it seems wrong but an entry in the grateful thread for Tony's escape would be appropriate. The waiting must have been agonising for you .
    Take care and cherish your evening together.

    John

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