Sept. 11, 2001- Etched in Memory
At exactly 8:46 am EST, it will be 21 years since the tragic events of 9/11. I ask that today be a Day of Reflection not just of September 11, 2011 and the many lives lost; but a reflection of how our World as knew it then, has changed into the World of so many lives lost since then fighting for our Freedom.
Let us never forget the over 3,000 lives lost that day. Eventually since that time we have lost more lives, those who so dedicatedly rushed to the Trade Center as first responders.
I invite you all to pray for those lost and those 700 bodies who have never been found or identified.
For more Reflections on this “Day of Remembrance” as I listen to the tolling bells for each person lost. Attached is a link to my previous article (written on Sept 11, 2016).
About Pamela Baker
For as long as I can remember, I have always been interested in various crafts. After crocheting for many years, recently I started designing OOAK jewelry pieces, always learning new techniques as I continued. I also have always loved to write, so I look forward to being a part of this Blog as one it's contributors.
As a lifelong resident of NY, I am busy with my two shops on Etsy:
MagdaleneJewels (OOAK designed jewelry items: Necklace,Bracelets, Earrings,rings): also, MagdaleneKnits (Crocheted & Knitted items for Newborns to Adults)
I can also be found on FB, Twitter, Pinterest, Word Press, YouTube. My Blogs are:
I also intend to bring tutorials to help you develop your Shops more effectively to increase your Views and Sales on the various mediums you may be selling your work on. I am always a convo or email away if you have any specific questions I can help you with.
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