Friday’s Super Short Stories!

Cherish the moments … You never know … Never forget!

Family and friends warm my heart and make me crazy … wouldn’t have it any other way! What are you thankful for today?

The sound of the ocean waves is drawing closer … 6 days to go … until I feel sand under my feet!

Coming Together!

I was up at the crack of dawn yesterday to watch the sun rise at the ocean. As the beauty once again filled me with awe, I thought of the date. It was 18 years yesterday since “9/11”, a day that so many will never forget. I thought of how many people woke up that morning 18 years ago, perhaps witnessing a brilliant sunrise, and feeling all was right with the world, only to have their world torn apart before the next sunrise!

I thought about how America came together on that horrible day. How differences that had once seemed so big, were now insignificant!

I saw the following quote last night and it struck a chord in me.

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Yes, I want this America back again! Not only did we come together in America, but the World came together. Other countries embraced us in our dark time, with no thought to what polices we agreed or disagreed on! They were there for us and our hearts were touched.

The following 2 video clips just give a glimpse of how the world reacted. May they touch your heart like they did mine and be a reminder that we are capable of showing love and not discriminating against our differences. Let us make it “9/12” again, before we have another “9/11!”

The following clip doesn’t have to do with “9/11”, but it came up as I was browsing and it made me smile!  Though it may not have happened around “9/11” it shows what this post is about. About coming together and helping out when needed!

Tuesday’s Thoughts!

17 years ago today was a day that so many of us will never forget! 17 years ago the day started out in a normal way for so many but was a day that changed so many lives forever. Say “I Love You!” to the ones who are so special to you. Give that hug! Embrace the moment that you have! Also let us remember how the world came together on that terrible day 17 years ago. For a moment in time we were all united! There were nothing dividing us, we saw each others hearts, not their skin color, not their religion, but their hearts! We need to see the hearts of others again.

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