Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Never Forget

I'll never forget where I was that day. I was in 9th grade and we were in Mrs. Kesler's class. At first everyone was confused because we weren't sure what had happened. They turned the TV on and we watched live as the second plane hit and we knew we were being attacked.

Remember ALL of those who lost their lives that day.

Remember all of those who were in the towers, just going about their everyday life. Keep their family and friends in your thoughts and prayers today as we remember what happened 12 years ago, because they live through the pain of losing their loved ones every single day.


The attacks on this day killed more law enforcement officers than any other incident in American history. As a wife of a police officer, I ask you to remember all of the police officers, firemen, first responders, and people who dropped what they were doing just to help. And to continue to keep their families and friends in your thoughts and prayers today, as well as the current law enforcement officers who work hard to protect us everyday.


Remember all of the victims of American Airlines flight 11, United Airlines flight 175, American Airlines flight 77, and United Airlines flight 93.


Remember those who lost their lives at the Pentagon.

Remember all of the service dogs who were at ground zero alongside their human companions.

Remember the men and women in the armed forces who gave their lives and be thankful for the men and women who have defended our country after the attacks and to this day.


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