Just remember you cowards "These colors
American's will forever be united, you can't
take that away. You only made us stronger!
On Tuesday, September 11, 2001
The United States of America
was attacked thru a horrific
act of terrorism. This cowardly act has effected American's in a way that
words can not explain. The loss of so many American brothers and sisters in
such a short time is just, well... there are no words to explain this.
It's now been almost 1 year since
this terrible unjustly tragedy. We Will Never Forget!
To all the victims,
heroes and the families hurt by this tragedy we offer our condolences,
our love and our thoughts and prayers
. And to everyone around the world sharing in our grief, thank you.
Lots of love to all,
Sandy, Larry and Family
East Coast - USA
The Power of Freedom
I know you're
what your evil deeds have wrought
But with the devastation
something else you've also brought
For nothing is more powerful
than Americans who unite
Who put aside their differences
and for freedom fight
Each defenseless victim whose
untimely death you caused
And every fallen hero
whose brave life was lost
Has only served to strengthen
our national resolve
Each freedom-loving citizen
will surely get involved
You've galvanized our nation
into a force so strong
We'll end your reign of terror
although the fight is long
For every heart that's broken
ten million will stand tall
and every tear that's falling
is the mortar for it all
And when this war is over
one thing I know is sure
Our country will be greater
and our freedom will endure
11th One Year Later - May We Never Forget Those Lost.
PLEASE forward this
message to everyone in your address book and everyone you know
asking them to also forward it.
Please join us on 9/11.....................we have less than month
to get the
word out all across this great land we love and call the United States of
America. Let's see how powerful e-mail can be.
On Wednesday, September 11,
2002 everyone in the USA who will be driving a motor vehicle is asked to
drive with their headlights on during daylight hours.
Though no explanation is needed as to why we are commemorating September
11.........................we hope more importantly to pay respect to
the victims of that day, show our nation's solidarity and show support
for our men and women of the Armed Forces.
More Coming Soon! Please check
So do you think you can tell heaven from hell, blue skies
So do you think we can change everybody that hates before it's to late?
We don't need any more pain.
No more losing our friends or losing ourselves.
Lyrics above from: Pink
Pictures from our trip to New York
a child cried
as their world was blown apart
no one saw the enemy
and the darkness in their hearts
little eyes watched
as a city fell to it's knees
enemies didn't hear their cries
and they didn't bear their pleas
mommy and daddy
will never be the same
little hearts are scared
the world has gone insane
what do we tell our children
what can we possibly say
how do you explain hatred
in a kind and gentle way
children don't sleep soundly
they don't go out and play
my little girls cry
and I can only pray
and poem used with permission. Thank you Jackie.
My reasons for starting this site:
It's been so hard dealing with this tragedy, just like it has
been for everyone. I felt so helpless and wanted so much to do more. Other than prayer, blood and money what more was there? The next morning after the attack of September 11, 2001 a good friend who
writes poetry called to read her poem to me. I loved it and asked for her
permission to put it on the internet. And for me it was my way of helping, by sharing
this poem to the world. Since then she has written another poem. You can view them
Thank you Diana!
We Stand Divided We Fall
The American's Creed
"I believe in the United States of America as
a Government of the people by the people, for the people, whose just powers
are derived from the consent of the governed; a democracy in a Republic; a
sovereign Nation of many sovereign States; a perfect Union, one and
inseparable; established upon those principles of freedom, equality,
justice, and humanity for which American patriots sacrificed their lives and
I therefore believe it is my duty to my Country to
love it; to support its Constitution; to obey its laws; to respect its flag,
and to defend it against all enemies."
Put your cursor on the picture to see New York City at night before the attack.
on the below pic to get the larger-wall paper size of New York at night. It
will open in a new window, just right click and "save as" I take no
credit for the mouse over picture of NY at night.
God on September 11, 2001?
Something To Think About.
Misinformation and Hoaxes in the Wake of the Terrorist Attacks
This poem was
written by a student at
Prestonsburg Community College, her name is Dana Holland.
Please take a
few minutes to sign the Guest
Book and help a little in letting everyone in
the world know how American's will stand together.
Slide Shows Please
11, 2001 - slideshow demonstrating some
events and lives surrounding the terrorist attacks. NOTE:
To the victims,
family, friends and co-worker of these tragedies: You may
not want to view this slideshow. My heart felt prayers go
out to each and every one of you for your suffering and losses. Please
understand by the world seeing these pictures it makes people like
myself feel the tragedy and terror each of you have. We
need to see it, feel it and never forget what the innocent people have
gone through on Sept. 11, 2001. By sharing in each others grief's makes
international photo slideshow supporting peace, and memorializing all
the victims of September 11.
Cry Hard Enough - by
Jason Powers to the victims of September 11, 2001
name - by firstname.lastname@example.org
These slide shows were
found while surfing the
web. I take no credit for them. If you know who they belong to I will
give credit where credit is due. I do not want to infringe on anyone's copyrights.
to Hide Bin Laden
Click on the thumbnail to
the right to view Arial photo's of New York before and after 9/11/01.
Click on the thumbnail above to see larger picture. The
picture should open in a new window, so you will not need to use your back
button just close it out.
God Bless America, Again. You see all the trouble that
she’s in. Wash her pretty face, dry her eyes and then… God Bless America,
Dear God, I sure do wish you’d bless America again,
you know like you did way back when it all began. You blessed her then but we
just sort of kind of took it for granted and never asked again. So just hold her
hand god that’s all, and if she should stumble please don’t let her fall.
above Lyrics from Loretta Lynn & Conway Twitty - God Bless America Again
Bin Laden (Flash) yahoo
Responsibility for the Terrorist Attacks
11 Tactics Followed Qaida Operations Manual
How we can help
"Everyone I've talked to in the past few days
has shared a common frustration, saying in one form or another,
"I just wish I could do something! "You are already doing
it. Just keep faith in America, and continue to support your
President and military, and the outcome is certain. If we fail to do
so, the outcome is equally certain. God Bless America."
The above quote is from a letter by Dr. Tony Kern,
Lt Col, USAF (Ret)
Former Director of Military History, USAF Academy.
You can view the letter by going to: Snopes.com
Terrorism Web page Terrorism
info. Submit a tip.
the flag to show your support and unity
with the victims and emergency workers of this tragedy.
Show your respect for the people who lost their lives simply because
they were Americans, and the rescuers who gave their lives trying to save their fellow
Americans. If you don't have a place to fly a flag, hang a small one in a
window or in your car.
Keep a flag in the window until we have justice for our people.
Learn our National Anthem (if
you don't already know it) and
our Flags History. Every Proud American should know the below
Most information in the below links
are from Baltimore's (my home town :)) Fort McHenry
National Monument and Historic Shrine and from the Smithsonian
National Museum of American History.
of Our National Anthem
Flags History - Learn the The Pledge of Allegiance
Flag at The Smithsonian
U.S. flag has over time incorporated various designs, among them,
stars, stripes, a pine tree, and a rattlesnake.
If you have
any comments or thoughts you would like to share about the attack of Sept. 11th please
feel free to sign our Guest Book.