Tag Archives: Heroes

Celebration of a Hero’s Too Short Life

July 4, 2017 is an Independence Day we will never forget.  That is why I chose it.  All eleven of the the family were in Cambridge UK at the American Cemetery  to celebrate the life of my oldest brother George, … Continue reading

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POLIO TO PARATROOPER

See this image Polio to Paratrooper Paperback – August 27, 2016 by Anne Archer Tullidge (Author), Anne Tullidge Bell (Afterword), Christian Bell (Foreword) Be the first to review this item  Books are  available on Amazon as well as on Kindle … Continue reading

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October After 9/11/01, A Different New York

  This is history, and  I think meaningful, at least to me. There are so many challenges we are going through today, similar to these days in October 2001.  Posted originally  on September 12, 2013by annetbell   In October, 2001, … Continue reading

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9/11/01 Fifteen Years Later 9/11/16

It was a  Tuesday and a crystal clear fall morning, September 11, 2001.  My sixth graders were in art first period, and I was doing planning for the week. The principal  popped in and  said, “Turn on your TV!”  Seeing … Continue reading

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October Memories after 9/11/01, A Different New York

← My Story. . . . .9/11/01 New Yorkers Have Spoken → This is history, and  I think meaningful, at least to me. There are so many challenges we are going through today, similar to these days in October 2001.  Posted originally … Continue reading

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My Story . . . . . . . . 9/11/01

 Reblog from September 11, 2013 by annetbell It was a  Tuesday and a crystal clear fall morning, September 11, 2001.  My sixth graders were in art first period, and I was doing planning for the week. The principal  popped in and  said, … Continue reading

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WWII Vets Storm the Memorial

Seventy years ago, these men left their homes to fight fascism that was slowly creeping like kudzu vine over the landscape  chocking out  freedom in country after country. This week these brave men were in the midst of the word … Continue reading

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