Thursday, September 11, 2008


Today marks seven years since our country was broken by the terrorist attacks. Since I began on this journey of grief, I have become much more aware of how many people are actually grieving each and every day. My own suffering is certainly not unique. We all suffer. Today I am reminded of how many families are still grieving the loss of loved ones who were in the Trade Center Buildings, a plane or nearby.

Lets all take a moment today to remember the almost 3 thousand lives that were lost seven years ago, and join me in prayer for the families of those victims.

Lets also take a moment to remember and pray for the brave men and women who put themselves in harms way in our Armed Forces to make us safe from further attacks.

I also must say that in reflecting on all of this today I am brought to my knees in gratitude. I am so thankful to be an American citizen. I am thankful that I live in a country where there are people who are willing to fight for our safety. We are so blessed!


Anonymous said...


The VW's said...

I am so thankful to be and American and am definitely remembering those who lost their lives. I saw so many more American flags than usual out today as I drove home from dropping my son off at school and it brought tears to my eyes thinking about how thankful I am to live in this great country and how thankful I am to those who serve it!

Tiffany said...

I couldn't agree with you more. I am proud to be an American. We are very blessed and I thank God every day for the people fighting for our freedom and providing us the opportunity!

Unknown said...

All I can say is....AMEN!!!

Kim ( said...

I also felt the same way yesterday...I certainly have not forgotten 9/11 but it's very different for me this year as I can relate in a more tangible way to the grief all of those precious people who lost loved ones.
I continue to think of you so much and pray every day for you and your sweet family.
Love you friend,

Unknown said...


Thinking of you!

May God continue to surround with His love and warm embrace!


Corie said...