Thursday, September 11, 2008

Don't Ever Forget

GOD BLESS AMERICA

















8 comments:

Chatty Kelly said...

I know how important today is to you. I will share with the blogging world that the reason you became a firefighter is because of 9/11. I think that shows the level of your love of country.

Thank YOU for serving our country, our county, as a firefighter.

Blessings. And wonderful job of adding the pictures.

Edie said...

Well first of all I was very impressed at you using your new picture posting skill to create a 9/11 memorial.

Now I have read what CK said...
Thank you myADHDme-Jo. :) That takes character and it takes courage. I have a very high opinion of those who exhibit those qualities. I applaud you. (standing ovation and continuous applause)

The Patterson 5 said...

What a wonderful blessing you are. I thank you for volunteering to keep me and my family and the community safe. You are an inspiration to us all!

On Purpose said...

What a blessing to me to learn part of your story here today. Thank you for giving of yourself and being on awesome role model!

Love to you!

HisPrincess said...

It's September 12 here, but we stopped for a moment to remember late last night when it happened our time.

Still brings tears to my eyes to just think about it.

Great post, thanks.

Edie said...

(off topic) Hi - Just wanted to thank you for thinking of me. Not to worry, I am in Arlingtion (Dallas/Ft Worth area) not in the path of the hurricane but they say we will have some pretty strong winds and may lose electricity. I am praying for those that are in the area.

Gotta watch out for that bubble game, it is highly addictive. I was so glad when it past my front page so I could forget it was there, although I got pretty good at it. Did you read the comments my daughter left on that post? It's just one of those love/hate relationships with that game. :) Have fun with it!

Rebecca Ingram Powell said...

I used to lead a moms group at Fort Campbell (I was inspired by the baby boom that happened as a result of so many troops deploying!), and the chaplain that I worked with told me when he was over in the "sandbox" (as they all referred to that area), that their water was rationed. I committed then to praying for our troops every morning when I have the privilege of stepping into a hot shower. It is amazing--the things we take for granted are being fought for every day.

Thanks for what you do, too!

Michael M. said...

Outstanding collection of memorable photos. Nicely done.