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Tuesday, September 11, 2012


I wanted to share my gratitude for the men, women, firefighters and policemen, military men and women, to the families of those lost. Thank you. Thank you for your sacrifices for my freedoms. To be able to hold my boys close and know that there are those who have lost theirs. To know I have a husband safe and at work, knowing that others didn't have that on this scary day 11 years ago.
My heart and prayers are with those who have lost loved ones in the face of courage on a plane, in torn apart buildings, and on the battlefield.

Thank you!

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1 comment:

  1. I hope that we continue to all remember this tragic experience and to rally together and be united as citizens to continue our freedoms.

    My hubby was fortunate to not be at the Pentagon for meetings that fateful morning, as he often was there. He lost close friends there. He said the hardest thing in his 30+yr military career was overseeing and loading the casualties from this incident.

    I live in Alan Jackson's hometown. By the time I arrived here, he was already in Tennessee and a star. But I do know his twin sisters, who are educators and musically talented, too. Great people to associate with!