Monday, September 11, 2006

Remembering the Fallen on September Eleventh

Throughout the "Blogsphere" you will find tributes to those who lost their lives on September Eleventh. We have each taken a name and embraced them.

For a list of the tributes, go here and here.

Please remember the lives that were taken from us five years ago.

It is my humbling experience to pay tribute to Major Dwayne Williams who was lost at the Pentagon.

10 comments:

Mominator said...

Thank you for stopping by!

I have read your most wonderful tribute of Major Williams. What an incredible man and family! They have done so much! I was unable to reach the family and what I posted was all I could find on the internet of Stu.

My sister was given the name of a victim from the Pentagon. I feel so much attention is given to the towers, that many forget about the Pentagon. I'm so glad we can remind them.

Thanks again.

Miss Chris said...

Thank you for posting such a wonderful tribute and for taking the time to read mine.

jennster said...

how did you get the graphic that says who you were writing about?

Kristin said...

What a wonderful post... you have given us so much information that we can truly see what a special person we lost in Major Williams. Thank you for your loving tribute.

I will be back another time to read of the fallen soliders... I just can't right now... I am getting too full of sorrow.

I invite your readers to visit my blog and read my tribute to Clarin Shellie Schwartz.

Motherkitty said...

What an amazing tribute to Major Williams. We shall not forget.

Thank you for stopping by my site to view my special tribute to Cynthia Motus Wilson who died when WTC Tower 1 fell.

Anonymous said...

This is a beautiful tribute - thank you so much for writing this and being a part of 2,996. I appreciate your taking the time to read my tribute as well.

http://blog.myspace.com/sandra_klein

David said...

What a beautiful series of tributes. I know how difficult these were to write--thanks for putting your heart into the project.

Diane said...

You have written a beautiful tribute to a fine man. Thank you for reading my tribute. Peace.

Max said...

This was so amazing to read, you really helped us know both who Major Williams was as a person and how he touched the lives of others. Thank you for writing.

I honor Lt. Charles William Garbarini.

Flag Gazer said...

Thank you all for reading about Major Williams and thank you to those who participated in the 2,996 project. It was a remarkable experience for me, as I am sure it was for you.

NEVER FORGET>