Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Wordless Wednesday: Oklahoma City National Memorial #WeRemember








Rest In Peace

For more information, please visit:
https://oklahomacitynationalmemorial.org

Bark along with us!



13 comments:

  1. Such a powerful memorial. I hope and pray that it serves to guide and teach us all to embrace peace, and to love each other. Hugs to you, dear friends.

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  2. Loves & hugs to those who lost loved ones or for those who were injured.

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  3. Thanks for sharing. Had not seen this memorial before.

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  4. Amazing photos at a remarkable memorial.

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  5. Thanks so much for sharing these memorial pictures. I haven't seen it before. It's so hard to understand and accept events like that but I hope the memorial brings a little bit of peace to those whose lives were affected.

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  6. I've only seen pictures of the chairs part of that memorial before. Thank you for sharing those pictures. Very moving.

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  7. Thank you for the visit to the Oklahoma Memorial. I remember that horrible day and the weeks afterward. I find the memorial, the chairs, so fitting, and very moving. I never saw the spray painted message and I'm glad they kept it. All those children, how could people ever recover?

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  8. I've been here. Very well done museum. The chairs are really powerful, and it's a timely issue in this misplaced fear culture.

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  9. Haven't seen that before.

    Purrs and hugs to those affected

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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  10. It looks like a very peaceful place. I hope those closely affected by this awful tragedy can find some peace there.

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  11. This is really beautiful. Too many tragedies happening during our lifetimes. These photos are wonderful, I love that last shot with the leaf in the forefront of the photo - something very somber about it. Thanks for sharing.
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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  12. I remember reading about this memorial when it opened. I thought those empty chairs were such an eloquent reminder of what our country lost that day.

    Jean from Welcome to the Menagerie

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