We will always remember.The Florida Furkids
We were not there either, but our peeps sure were, well not *there* but they were well aware of all the horrors of that day,.Petcretary was actually taking our then furry ones to the vet...they did not know what was happening, until she told them about it.
I will never forget.Ivor was working in the garage and I took him out a coffee. He said there had been an awful accident in New York so I went in and turned the TV on to find out what had happened. As I watched the live coverage, the second plane hit. Those images are imprinted in my mind forever.
A truly terrible day......one that we can never possibly forget - at least my Mom and Dad can't because they were stranded in Paris on vacation when 9/11 happened and couldn't get home. I was not around but my angel brother Sammy was and had to wait extra days at the kennel until Mom and Dad were able to come get him. So many lives lost and changed forever.......it's impossible to forget.Love, Teddy
My ghostwriter remembers that day vividly.
I will never forget that awful day. XO
While we weren't alive either, the Mom and Dad will never forget, never ever.
I too will always remember. A terrible, terrible day.
Being told about it is impawtant too...
Whew thank goodness on the end to the Bacon drought. I was about to contact Amazon Prime to see if they would send an emergency package to TX.Hugs Cecilia
Meow! Leave me a comment, I luvs to read dem. Not as much as I luv bacon, but I do luvs em.