mfh Posted September 11, 2013 Report Share Posted September 11, 2013 Honoring Those who died, their families, and all of us on this sacred day. Thank you, Marty, for posting this on FB. I believe it brings back memories for every single person on this planet...we all grieve that day. I also think it probably brings back memories specific to our journeys here. When I think of the day I remember that Bill and I were in Canada...coming down the St. Johns River in New Brunswick in our RV. We pulled into a sort of shabby looking coffee house for coffee and a break and when we got inside there were two men leaning over the counter watching a small black and white TV. They were the only ones in there. We had no clue what was going on but were soon informed as well as the fact that they knew we were from the USA and they expressed their sorrow for us and our country. We stayed there for many hours glued to this sorrowful event and watched as that second plane came in. That night at our camp ground Canadians saw our license plate and once again expressed their sympathy to us and invited us to their RVs to watch TV because we were out of range with our DISH. I think of the fun we had in that RV for close to 2 years, the sorrow of that day, and now the sorrow of our loss then and now. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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