It seems so easy to get lost in our own lives and to forget what a tragic day you were. What a humbling experience it was to watch that documentary on those firemen who gave up so much to save lives of complete strangers. We all watch movies of the world ending and these horrendous wars thinking life can't really be like that. Terrorism and war became reality that day... We watched a clip done by the LDS church showing Eric's cousin who was a first hand witness to seeing the planes hit. How blessed are we to have survivors from that horrible event. How blessed are we to live in a land where a nation united together.
God Bless America and those who are so bravely fighting for us.
On a lighter note, I made it to school without with hit by the sprinklers in the cemetery. How great is that?!
Also, Look how cute my husband is....
|This is his "thinking cardigan". He is real proud of this picture.|
He was working on his english paper. He kept coming out his study room to ask me what he should write about, so concerned that he didn't know what to write. After about an hour of about 15-two minute conversations about his paper, he says "Alright, it is time for my thinking cardigan." To which I thought...You really have a thinking cardigan? He sure did. And what is amazing is it worked. He finished that paper in no time. Thank goodness for his thinking cardigan.