Tag: 9/11

Boat Lift – 9/11


I posted this sometime ago, but feel it is worth repeating. This is who we are as Americans. When the worst happens, we stand together and help where we can. There are many inspiring stories that have been told about the amazing feats of… Continue Reading “Boat Lift – 9/11”

The way it was, on Sept. 10, 2001

By M.E. Sprengelmeyer The Communicator, Santa Rosa, N.M. Hopefully, somebody rang a bell on Sunday. All of us should have paused to remember. It has been 16 years now. Do you remember where you were that day, Sept. 10, 2001? Nothing particularly exciting happened… Continue Reading “The way it was, on Sept. 10, 2001”


Fall’s tumble of leaves, – icy snow pattern weaves, bringing out spring flowers, soon drenched by summer showers. Green chile roasting, wintery mulled cider toasting, digging up fertile ground, so bounty astounds. The seasons come, and go –with measured flow, leaving a mark that… Continue Reading “Remembering–”

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