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    I bawled my eyes out. It was so incredibly sad. It was a beautiful service with blue skies and cool weather. President Bush's memorial speech was so touching and I bawled my eyes out when he told the astronauts children thay will always be proud of their parents. He told them their parents loved them and always would. Some of the children sat up straight and tall. Others dissolved into tears. (Me too )
    We have no choice but to go on and know that the astronauts are up there with their fellow astronauts, rejoicing in heaven and watching over all of us.

    [ 02-04-2003, 03:17 PM: Message edited by: Mitzi1 ]

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    Rick Husband's favorite hymn, "How Great Thou Art" is also my Grandmother's favorite hymn. THAT made me really bawl. It seemed like yesterday we were listening to it at her funeral. Going "to the stars and beyond" phrase hit the nail right on the head.

    God Bless.
    "It is easier for a king to have a lie believed than a beggar to spread the truth."---Robert Strecker

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    • #3
      I always break up at "The Old Rugged Cros", played at my grandmothers funer 43 years ago when I was 10. I missed her so much, I thought my heart would break. Now, all these years later, I still miss her so much. I never cry over her unil I hear that song. I just remember it so clearly as if it were yesterday. She was so wonderful and my life would have been so much happier if she had just lived a little longer.
      The Memorial today was just so touching and as our strong President spoke, I was just bawling my eyes out. The astronauts were lost to us in just a second and it still seems like they could be coming down from the heavens in their glorious spaceship. The pain is just so raw for so many.

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        I was listening to the radio today when the DJ put on "Go Rest High On That Mountain" by Vince Gill, in honor of the astronauts...very moving.

        [ 02-04-2003, 07:34 PM: Message edited by: GMULaw ]
        "I feel like I'm Han Solo, and you're Chewie, and she's Ben Kenobi, and we're in that f***ed-up bar!"

        Jay the Prophet

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        • #5
          "In the arms of the angels" always gets to me too. They played it a lot after 9/11 and it got to where I had to turn off the TV or radio. It would always make me cry. It's so scary in our world today but united we stand!

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