Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Wordless Wednesday

I'm sure 9/11 is on many people's minds today, mine included. This is the Pentagon Memorial.
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45 comments:

  1. Yes, it's on my mind too. I'll have a post up soon.

    Have a blessed day. ☺

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  2. I was just thinking about it too. I guess, wherever you are, you would remember exactly where and what you were doing at the time of the tragedy.

    Have a nice day, Rosey!

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  3. My thoughts are definitely with the families that lost loved ones that day <3

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  4. Definitely thinking about it today and thanks for sharing pictures of this beautiful memeorial with us.

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  5. 12 years and still fresh in our minds... beautiful memorial.

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  6. Something that cannot be forgotten...

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  7. A date that one should never forget Rosey! Great memorial! Have a good Wednesday.

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  8. Very beautiful and peaceful, this is indeed a very sad day.

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  9. wow. i have been to the OKC one as well....its stirring to be there....

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  10. I've never seen the memorials but I've heard they're very moving.

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  11. It's on my mind. We used to show a memorial video at the school I work at. Their was an artist 911 theme, they took many artist's images, put them together, and someone made a video of all of it. Now most of the students were too young to remember that day. We don't show it anymore. I kind of miss it though.

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  12. Oh Rosey, I haven't ever seen any pictures of this Memorial. Thank you! I hope and pray we have gladness in our hearts today, too for the blessing of the Freedoms we still enjoy here in the grand old U S A !

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  13. It's certainly a day that is on the minds of many today. 12 years later and it's still hard to think about. What a beautiful memorial.

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  14. Stopping by from A Sorta Fairytale's Wordless Wednesday hop. Just wanted to say hi!

    My post was on 911 as well. I think it's on many people's minds today.

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  15. This is the first picture I've seen of that memorial. I bet in person it is very moving.

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  16. Thank you for the photo. I have never seen it either.

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  17. You know, that's the first that I have seen of that one.
    POSH

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  18. A very neat memorial. I have never seen pictures of the one at the Pentagon before.

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  19. I visited DC and the memorial last summer with my husband. I still remember the strong feelings I had while there.
    Maria

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  20. That is beautiful, I would love to see it in person one day.
    Have a great week!

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  21. Yes, it definitely is fresh in my mind today. This memorial looks really beautiful and peaceful.

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  22. Beautiful memorial. Thanks for the pix..I would not have known this.

    Thanks for linking up :)

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  23. Interesting memorial. Such a sad story which is still disturbing twelve years after the fact.

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  24. I'd like to go see the memorial sometime.

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  25. I've never seen that before. A nice way to remember.

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  26. Definitely a day we will not forget, even in this part of the world.

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

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  27. I had not seen that memorial before. It's stunning and emotive.

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  28. I've never seen that image before. Quite moving indeed.

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  29. I have not seen the memorial either...moving, stunning, and sad.

    dinoheromommy

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  30. Somber and lovely.
    I notice as the years pass, the date and activities of remembrance become less. I hope one day, it's not simply gone in the back of some books.

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  31. My dad once worked at the Pentagon. I only saw it from the outside at that time and that was before 9/11. I didn't even realize that they had put up a memorial, so this was interesting to see.

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  32. There was so much devastation that day. The Twin Towers seem to hold the most stories and we tend to forget about the other, like the Pentagon. Sad day, we will never forget!

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  33. Who - in our generation - could ever forget? sandie

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  34. Oh, wow, that's a really interesting memorial. I've never seen it before.

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