13 years have passed. And the debris has been cleaned. But the spirits of the lives lost on September 11 still live on. This photo reminds my of what I love about this great country.
And although the iconic New York skyline will never be the same, nor will the lives of those who lost loved ones on that horrible day, the lessons in humility, gratitude, comradery will last this nation an eternity.
I will never forget September 11, 2001. Never.
Watching what this autistic man went through put so much hurt in my heart. It scares me to think of the world my son will grow up in, and the hardships he will endure from people who don't have any morals or respect for others.
I pray that the ones who participated, the ones who stood by and instigated, AND the ones who watched and did nothing, get the repercussions they deserve. Bullying is for the weak. And what they did was pathetic.
If you see someone being bullied, stand up. Have a voice, and give them the help you would want to receive if the roles were reversed.
While Me and Gavin were looking through my IG feed, he asked me to take his picture. So, I opened the camera and took a picture of him. He wasn't very happy about it so I figured I'd take another. He disliked the second one just as much as the first. So I looked at him and said, "what? What do you want?" He grabbed the side of my head and pulled it to his and said, "take my picture daddy." ...Day made. ❤️