Sunday, 11 September 2011

The Day that Changed the World




Ronnie
xx

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for that,Ronnie.It's going to be an odd kind of day.Don't really know quite what to do with myself.Certainly does not seem right to be occupied other than in thought.That and holding everyone close.Sarah,LD,UK

joeyred51 said...

My son and two nieces live in the City. I just hope the day passes without any evil actions.

Thanks for your post.

Hermione said...

The picture is a lovely tribute, Ronnie. I also hope that nothing evil happens today.

Hugs,
Hermione

David said...

Thank you, there are no words.

Our Bottoms Burn said...

We need to remember the day, as it was when most of us finally understood the on-going threat. It's not over, it has years, decades to run.

PK said...

Thanks Ronnie,
My boys are there and it's a constant worry in the back of my mind. Knowing the world shares our thought and concerns is a help.

Hugs,
PK

ronnie said...

Sarah, Joey, Hermione, David, OBB, PK

Just my little tribute to say I remember that day and will never forget it nor should the rest of the world. America and the world changed that day. Thank you.

Love,
Ronnie
xx

SPANKEDHORTIC II said...

Let's hope that all the extremists, on both sides, get a grip and stop piling atrocities on the world.

Prefectdt

ronnie said...

We can only hope Pref.

Love,
Ronnie
xx

kiwigirliegirl said...

my thoughts and prayers to all my American friends at this sad time of rememberance.

Daisychain said...

Lovely tribute, Ronnie. I just watched a programme on the children of 9/11, who lost parents in the atrocity. Still heartbreaking, 10 years on... xxxxx

ronnie said...

KW - As were mine. Thank you.

Daisy - I wanted to watch that programme but missed it. Thanks.

Love,
Ronnie
xx