Made me cry, almost

  1. I'm not a cryer, pretty much don't do it, but htis page brought a tear to my eye and gave me a runnynose. Let al the pics load, it's worht it.
    http://members.home.com/chucklez/wtc/index.html
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  2. 20 Comments

  3. by   PammieRN
    Thank you Kewl.....
    I had started to question seriously my theory that the human race had evolved beyond the heinous actions of Tuesday...
    This page is so reassuring...



    Pammie
  4. by   Q.
    Kewl, those pictures moved me more than I expected.

    Thank you.
  5. by   BlueBear
    Thanks Kewl. I really needed that. It's been tough here in NJ.....
  6. by   P_RN
    Wow
  7. by   Zee_RN
    Thank you so much for posting these photos!! Did, indeed, make me cry. I am so very touched by the world's expression of concern and care. A glimmer of hope shines through...
  8. by   misti_z
    It's amazing how this has touched so many people around the world.

    Thanx Kewl.
  9. by   CEN35
    that even China......has shown some support.....as next to Iraq and Iran, I figured them to be the last. One time I'm glad I am wrong

    me
  10. by   nurs4kids
    If any good can be found in all this, I think it has proven that human nature is alot more loving and compassionate than we tend to believe.

    Thank you, kewl. Very touching
  11. by   prmenrs
    The little boy in the Batman costume did me in!!
  12. by   klhs
    It is comforting to know we as a country aren't hurting alone....

    Tonite I attended an event at our county fair, at the beginning someone sang the National Anthem.....those words I have heard and sang along with hundreds of times... had new meaning tonite. I cried....and I cried again as I looked at those pics. We have lost so many and our lives will never be the same.... yet we still have SO much to be thankful for!

    May God bless you all and keep you in His arms......
  13. by   codebluechic
    Thanks Kewl.
  14. by   Claudette
    No music, no moving pictures, no sound. . . and I cried anyway.
    Thank you for reminding me that we are not alone in our grief.
    Claudette

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