Wednesday 9/11/13 writing and 9-11…

Writing has been easy for a while. There is so much going on at the house, since school started. We have seen all of our old friends, gone to a few events and gotten school supplies. Now…things are quieting down, we have steady homework each evening. Talking about steady homework doesn’t make an exciting blog.
Now becomes the test. Can the blog stay interesting with less activity at home? We do try to keep events planned. It gives all of us something to look forward to. We also try to take a friend with us if we can. Having a new personality in our group is a nice change.

We had dinner together tonight. We usually do have dinner together but tonight it seemed…necessary. This is the anniversary of 9-11. A day when so many families were torn apart. Many families are tragically torn apart every day, but they are in situations where tragedy is a very possible ending. That doesn’t make their death less of a tragedy, but it isn’t as much of a surprise. On 9-11, these people, a lot of people, went to work in a safe town to do an office job. They were not at war in another country, or in a high crime neighborhood, or in a risky job. I think that is what shatters me. They were city people in a safe area. And there were so many of them. When the World Trade Towers fell, all of them could not get out. When I watched this tragedy I wanted to get home to my family to make sure that they were ok. I knew that they were safe, but the people in New York had been in a “safe” place too. It is the loss of trust in familiar places that bothers me. I just want to know that my family is safe.

I need help. Does anyone know how to add “followers” to WordPress? I can’t find where to get the code. If anyone knows, please leave me a comment. I will really appreciate it.

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September 2013 Bible verse: “For I know the plans I have for you,” says the Lord. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope.” Jeremiah 29:11 New Living Translation

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