indygal. I have to agree with you. It hurts to bad to relive it all again. I was glued to the TV for several weeks after it happened two years ago. I didn't even sleep. I couldn't. My husband said, "Enough already!!" and unplugged it. Then he took me away for a fishing weekend with no TV. I saying my prayers today. and ditto..... God Bless them ALL. Debbie
I was teaching a seminar in OKC when it happened. At a break for coffee, I ran into virtually the whole office in the break room watching the TV. I saw the second plane go in. I was in shock, and a bit of rage when I realized it wasn't just a tragic accident. The shock is gone, the rage has cooled, but I will never forget or forgive. Blessings to all of our people in uniform, no matter who thinks they are not about the business of protecting all of us, including those who disagree. To quote a quote "people sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf". My condolences to all who lost loved ones in this ongoing tragedy.
Been there, done that, the washing machine ate the T-shirt