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9/11.. i will forever remember

Another year has passed since September 11,2001. in total it has been 9 years. I know it is a bit late in the evening and most people have already expressed their feelings and thoughts about this day of rememberance, but i was working and this is the first time today that i have had a chance to sit at my computer. As i look back on that tragic day i still cant believe it. I can say it will be the most memorable moment in my life as far as being a part of history. It makes me think of all of those people who remember when President Kennedy was killed, well this is one of those moments for us in this generation. Now i need to stop rambling and say what i need to say. My heart goes out to those who lost family members to the attacks. I remember those brave men and wemon on the planes, in the towers and the pentagon. I did and still believe that we did the right thing to stand back up as a country and chose to not just twiddle our thumbs when we were attacked. I thank President George W. Bush for having the courage to take that stand. To the men and women who were willing to give their lives and those who did pay the ultimate price, i have no words for my gratitude. Know you are not forgotten.

the picture attached is one that i found. it is of marines spelling out the words.

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