Category Archives: Remembering 9/11

A 9/11 prayer


For my friend Edie Lutnick, and for all of us, here is how I am remembering: Today, I will put my hand on my heart and know the loss and healing that connects us all. Today, I will pause in … Continue reading

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Remembering In Rangeley


Proof of my premise that much of what is good and true in my life is somehow, someway rooted in Rangeley, I’m honored to report that the largest percentage of people landing on my blog this year are once again … Continue reading

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Wishful thinking on this September day


 (Author’s Note:  I am honored to reprint, with permission from the author, the following poem by Wess Connally. Wess originally wrote and shared this with our local community last year at memorial services on the tenth anniversary of 9/11. He … Continue reading

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9/11: A time to share Edie’s story


Ten years ago. What do I remember? What have I learned? How has it changed me? If ever there was a day for sharing stories, it would be on Sept. 11, 2011. Knowing that weighed on me as August turned … Continue reading

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Remembering 9/11


Blue sky. Family. That’s what I remember most about September 11, 2001. I remember walking outside at work, looking up at the blue, blue sky. It was the same blue sky that had been hanging right over me all spring and summer … Continue reading

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