9/11 brought devastation and profound loss, fear brought a new world, children new hope, a national soul brought endurance and a spirit to rebuild. Our grief made us thoughtful, our dilemma is that our sense of justice and freedom might not keep us safe but it will keep us American. Our hearts are with those that suffered and suffer still.
(9/11 by Kevin O'Kendley first appeared in Carbuncle Moon 9/11/13)
Please visit the 9/11 Memorial/180 Greenwich Street/ New York, New York, 10007
I didn't have web service on 9/11, today was the first access I had to mark 9/11..
Happy Labor Day.
"Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers and is traditionally observed on the first Monday in September. It was created by the labor movement in the late 19th century and became a federal holiday in 1894." - Apr 13, 2010/ Labor Day 2019: Facts, Meaning & Founding - History
added 9/13: Biggah Hammahs is from an Advertoon for a construction company last century.
Please give to the League of Women Voters of Sacramento County: 801 12th Street, #201/ Sacramento, California 95814/ 916-447-8683 And:
The League of Women Voters of Maine: P.O. Box 863/ Augusta, Maine 04332/ 207-620-0256
A carbuncle is a roiled mass of skin or a beautiful gem. The incredible gem is pictured in the logo below and at the bottom of the short story section...
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