Life in transition with Ray but without Rochelle, Rebecca, and Elcie. The blog title is taken from the girls' names but "roc" and "rebel" works for me too.
Time passes so quickly another anniversary date already.
Wow... Has it really been six years already? I lost a friend in that... I also hope you guys are doing well!
*silence*Much nicer than the rambling I posted over at my place :-)
May we never forget..xo
Thanks for the remembrance!(((Hugs)))
Thank you, Ann, for adding to the remembrance.
The day our world changed will never be forgotten. Many Canadians had family and friends working in the Twin Towers so we truly shared the fear and horror our fellow American compatriots were going through. I've lit a candle in memory of all the victims from that horrible day. xox
Never Ever Forget!!
A very good friend of mine did the office design for Richardson Greenshields in that building, and she got to know all the folks there and all the folks upstairs in the restaurant. She was devastated, as we all were, when that happened. My daughter and I went to the World Trade Center, and we couldn't believe how big they were, and how narrow the streets there. When they fell, there was nowhere for them to go. What utter devastation.
Dear Ann ~~ A simple but a lovelyremembrance of that fateful day.None of us will ever forget that Day.I hope all is well at your place.Does it feel like home yet?Take great care, Much love, Merle.
Yes of course, but I cannot help feel uncomfortable when JMD goes to a meeting and on the way back "needs" a bottle of cider.Are we failing JMD for him to feel this way, I suppose at least he is open about it.I think a lot of people in the AA now dont do it the way the book says I mean "administering sedatives", who would dare nowa days, yes I guess its treatment centres first because no recovering alcoholic can cope letting a practising alcoholic live in their house.JMD doesnt seem to have the ability to sit and listen at AA meetings, he is always shouting out and seeming to want to be centre of attention, I know a few more alcoholics round our way who are nearly as badly addicted as he is but I can only take one at once.Still it is rewarding in some strange way, I would love to see him start on the road to sobriety
i overheard a discussion of 9-11 on the radio recently. one speaker commented that this has become one of those 'point of reference' days in history. almost everyone remembers where they were when they first heard the news that day. i was getting ready for school, taking my finance training. i remember, i had to sit down on the bed i was making. i thought i was going to pass out with the shock and horror of it.
Just want to say hi!!! I hope you're doing good!!! Take care honey
Hi Ann..very lovely.
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