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I have been creating since I was a little girl. I am happy to say that having my own website has opened up a whole new world for me. Trying new mediums is a joy and sometimes a real eye opener. I sell what I create on etsy and my website, someplaceinthyme. If you have questions,please email me at cpeterson72@q.com. I welcome new blog friends and am honored if you find my little piece of heaven interesting enough to follow.

Friday, September 10, 2010

September 11 and Pink Saturday

This is a day of somber, a day to remember all that we lost. I am forgoing my regular pink post to honor those that lost their lives today. America is a country we should all be proud of.  God Bless America and all her fallen hero's.
I designed this creamy white tassel for a client and thought how appropriate to show and share an angel.
This day nine years ago, many angels went to God. I hope that each of us takes a minute to think about the sacrifice that was made and is made each day by those serving to keep us safe.
Thank you Beverly from How Sweet The Sound for taking the time to bring us together each week. I look forward to posting my pink next week and I would love to wish each and every one of you a very Happy Pink Saturday!!


Jacalyn @ rmebathproducts.com said...

Hi Char,

Thanks for such a great post! Many angels indeed! We will remember!

Happy PS,

Connie said...

I now have you in my Google Reader, sweetpea!

Nope, we'll never forget.


Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Thanks for your visit, my friend. As a Canadian, I too will remember! Like millions of others, I too recall where I was and what I was doing that day! I remember shedding many tears that day and giving thanks for the safety of my loved ones. God bless both America and Canada! And God bless the heroes and their families! Happy Pink Saturday.


Shirley said...

I still think about that day as I watch in horror before I left for work.There were so many lost that day. You pray for those lives lost and hope to not see another day like that, but with all the craziness in our world you don't know. I think about you and my family that lives in a suburb of Phoenix every time I hear about the problems in Arizona that you will be safe. Have a great weekend. We are in a tornado watch unitl 1 A.M. Your Missouri Friend.

Julie Marie said...

Hello Char... in this blogger world of fufu and pinks, and this and that, thank you too for remembering September 11th and honoring all who lost their lives and those who protect and defend us still... xoxo Julie Marie

Lisa said...

Lovely! It is good to remember. I remember it well and most is how blue the sky was that day.
Hugs, Lisa

Marie said...

yes many angels did go on to heaven that day we must never forget. stop by my blog if you get the chance. i do have made a 9/11 tribute

Nancy said...

Beautiful, Char.

Ivy Lane said...

SoOOO many angels.... prayers for their souls and for the ones they left behind.....

Anonymous said...

Thank you...beautiful tribute. HPS

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Char sweetie...
Beautiful share today. Just beautiful. I love the angel tassel and yes there were many guide angels that day helping take some souls home, and guiding some from the smoke filled buildings. Your angel is SO beautiful and your client will adore her. She is exquisite, as is everything that you make sweet friend. You have so many talents.

We will none of us ever forget. EVER.

I pray that you are well. Have a beautiful weekend. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

Melody said...

What a lovely post Char.

Queen of Dreamsz said...

Hi Char,

Senseless loss of lives..so much anguish that will never go away for all that were left behind that horrible day.

I vote NO for this mosque to be built...sadly so far no one is listening to the majority these days..the Americans are speaking loudly about a lot of things these days and it's all going to deaf ears in Washington.

What a mess it's all become...today is supposed to ONLY be about remembering the thousands of innocent souls that were lost 9 years ago today but it's not this year. The muslims don't care about showing respect or honoring our losses..If they did they would have stayed home today.

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Jean said...

Just now getting around to the PS posts. Hope you had a great weekend.