The project begins on September Eleventh 2010. It will end on September Eleventh 2011. There is one year until the ten year anniversary. Amalie Flynn will write one post each day every day until that day. Follow her as she follows it.
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Wow, impressive undertaking. I was thinking of how to address 9/11. My most recent post touches on it- love if you checked it out.
What a wonderful undertaking. God bless you! You remind us that people have not forgot about that day. Thank you.
What an amazing blog…you really capture the drama and chaos of that day beautifully. Thanks for sharing your experiences with the world…
You have a nice blog here and I certainly don’t want to intrude.
I recommend reading Crossing The Rubicon by Michael C. Ruppert.
thank you for this
this is beautiful. i have tried to find ways to express how i felt about the event but this is just beautiful.
But you should keep blogging.
I wish I knew how to mark this blog so I could get back to it, or reccomend it to others to read. Very moving.
Lovely, succinct, and moving.
Wow. That is the first thought that comes to mind about this day, tragedy, and you’re beautiful words that show another side to the story.
The best way I have seen someone portray the event to someone who wasn’t so close to the towers. Vivid, profound, touching, moving.