Thursday, September 11, 2008

Apples to go?


I saw these yummy looking apples on my way to get photos at the Kiggins House Re-model. Don't they look inviting to pick?


In memory of those who lost their lives 7 years ago on this day, especially for Jean Roger, 24, whose family I have been thinking of and praying for these past 7 years.


This origami crane was given out at a paper craft store the week of the "first" September 11th. We were encouraged to remember someone who died this day by taking home a crane and praying for their family to have peace.

8 comments:

Gramma L said...

Those do look yummy! I would of been tempted to pick and eat one.

leslie said...

Yummy looking apples.

Seems like September 11 will be a day that goes down in the history books, much like Pearl Harbour. Such a sad day today.

Gramma L said...

I missed the 2nd and 3rd pictures on my first look. Amen to both.

diXymiss said...

The apples look scrumptious!

Remembering 9-11 along with you today.

dot said...

What pretty apples!
A day we will never forget. Nice post.

ArneA said...

an apple a day keeps the doctor away.

Malyss said...

you know I'm sharing this sad day with all of you

Kerri said...

Beautiful post Paulie.
I love to see our Beautiful Flag Flying!

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