Wed 11 Sep, 2019 09:19 am
So in honor of remembering how I felt and how I saw others react immediately after the horror of WTC, pentagon and PA crash, I plan on being nice to my fellow humans. I am not in a position to volunteer today so instead I plan on being kind to everyone I touch.
I was supposed to fly on 9-11 however with all planes being grounded we did not and had to stay an extra night of "vacation". Not being home, we were out with the public and everyone was so kind to each other. Renting a car and driving the next day with another overnight stay, we again touched various strangers - everyone was so kind - so in honor of that I will be kind today.
Anyone volunteering or doing any sort of personal remembrance or service?
someone say something so I can say something nice about them - I feel the need
I am sad to say when I went to the local coffee shop for my daily caffeine shot I saw some names going across the bottom of the screen I asked my companions if a plane had crashed. The reminded me it was 9/11. In defense of myself I dident know the date but never the less it bothered me to have forgotten such a horrendous event.
Sounds like something I might do.
I know at first I was wrapped up in making sure my daughter had everything for her high school retreat - sleeping bag..check --- etc.
When I got home after I started seeing some items on it and I felt bad about being so wrapped up in minor things....
One reason I felt I could do one small thing and try to be nice - so do not worry it happens to all of us.
I think it's a lovely idea Linkat. Most of recall vividly that awful day, and you're right, everyone seemed to be more helpful and engaged. If you can inspire one person to do something kind or thoughtful today, you've made the world a tiny bit better.
Hey, I said something nice to Rabel.
I know, and I'm very happy about that 🍪 here's a cookie
Was the cookie good Roger?
You don't got no idea how many cookies my computer got.
Neither do I.