Wordless Wednesday: Never Forget

In 2007, Bill and I went to New York. We went to see Ground Zero, and at that time, this is what they had up. This is list of everyone who died on September 11, 2001. It was a tad overwhelming to see all of these names. And we will never forget.

Comments

  1. Such a terrible day!

  2. Beautiful memorial.

  3. I can't even imagine the feeling of seeing that in person!

  4. Lovely…

    Mines up as well at AussiePomm – Sydney Olympic Cauldron Alight (again)

    Have a great WW!!

  5. Eleven years…and it still hurts.

  6. I've seen that memorial and agree, and can be overwhelming. I remember leaving in tears.

    Trisha @ Momma T and Baby E

  7. Wow, I bet that was very moving to see that in person. It is surely a day that we will never forget!

  8. That day is so tragic. I too visited the site, at the time I went, it was a hole in the ground and they had just begun construction. It is surreal. It was really hard to wrap my mind around it.

  9. So many names!!! Heartbreaking!!! Thanks for linking up, I have done the same.

  10. We went shortly after the disaster…crushing.

  11. I remember the day it happened like it was yesterday. I was expecting my first child. I had per-eclampsia so I was laying on my side on the couch. It was surreal to see it on TV. I will never forget. I would love to see that memorial someday.

  12. Lovely memorial. Have a happy WW!

  13. It is a day no one will forget.

  14. Just so sad, but the Memorial does a wonderful job at keeping the memory alive of those who died.

    Happy WW :)

    Paula

    lifeasweknowitbypaula.blogspot.com

  15. I was in New York twice and never made it to Ground Zero. Happy WW!

  16. It really is pretty amazing

    Have a great WW!

    POSH

  17. Actually very miserable, however the Memorial truly does an incredible role at preventing the thought active of people who had died.

  18. Have a great WW!It present a beautiful scene.

  19. Such a shocking day. Beauitful tribute.

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