02 May 2011

Remember 9/11 with integrity.

Yesterday, we found out that the mastermind behind the September 11th, 2001 attacks was shot and killed by our very own brave & amazing Military.

Since then, I have had a wave of emotions swoop over me when remembering back to that dreadful September day.  And I've had so many emotions regarding the death of Osama Bin Laden and the aftermath that followed. Watching the news last night I felt relief, shock, anger, sadness, peace, and disgust. I am really not cut out to be a writer, so I will just stop here.

You all might remember that I had mentioned once before that my Husband has a blog. He doesn't write often, but I very much love that he enjoys blogging. Well he just wrote a post that truly captured my heart. He put into words something that I have a very hard time expressing.

Please, when you get a moment - read this post

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9 comments:

♡ Ambrosia said...

He's a great writer!
I enjoyed reading his pst and his thoughts about it all.

brianne said...

Thank you so much for sharing this. I've been struggling with these same thoughts too and I'm glad to see others with a different view of america than some of the things we saw on TV last night.

beautiful mess said...

I'm really glad you shared this and your husband is one heck of a writer!

nicole. said...

wow. well said.

Melissa said...

It was a great post. I left him a message, his thoughts are mine exactly.

Jamie Rubeis said...

Wow! Very nicely written. I definitely agree with his thoughts.

Elena @ The Art of Making a Baby said...

I couldnt agree with him more!
And he is a great writer!

Naomi said...

i am so glad your hubby posted this for i could not agree more! im glad others feel the same as ive been struggling with these emotions too...i thought maybe something was wrong with me when i wasnt jumping up and down! :)

Nikki said...

I think you both said it well. I have mixed emotions about it. I was thinking about his kids when I was reading an article today. I'm sure it's better they grow up without him, but what must they be thinking as we celebrate his death? And how bitter they will be toward the U.S.