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Thursday Doors: from random travels ~ 9.28.17

This beautiful door is from NYC’s Theological Seminary.

Rogers State University in Claremore OKlahoma was est. in 1909, I have to think this was one of the original doors from that period.

(Home of Will Rogers) Will Rogers

Replica of The Founder of the City of Dallas ~ John Neely Bryan’s cabin, Founders Plaza, Dallas, Texas. Cabin ~ Founder’s Plaza

This red door and red tulips caught my eye while shopping in Tulsa Ok

Doors & Fire-escapes so common and a necessity in NYC.

If you love doors you can check out Norm’s Thursday Door Challenge here.

Happy Thursday everyone!!

Thursday Doors ~ 9.14.17~ Doors of NYC

Trying to learn and understand all things blog! I have happened across a Thursday Doors challenge and because I have always loved doors, I will post a few from my recent NYC trip.

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                     The Plaza Hotel, It was High Tea Time!

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 Walking the streets of NYC I took many photos of Doors,

Oh… if they could only speak the stories they could tell!

 

img_2710                      I love the street numbers on the doors, the are all so unique, the lights are so

old and interesting also!

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                      Those details though!

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Elevator doors need love too! This one is in The Chelsea Market.

We will never forget! 🇺🇸

In July I made my first ever trip to New York, at the top of my list of things to do was to see the September 11 Memorial and One World Trade Center.

As I walked the streets of NYC from SoHo towards Lower Manhattan, I began to see in my mind the horrific events that unfolded that unforgettable day.

As I got closer to where the tower stands now, I got an eerie feeling that I was standing where some of the people had to be standing or running away from the area when the towers came down. I could see the billowing clouds of debris coming down the streets like I had seen over and over in the videos that were captured that morning.

I cannot fathom how horrific it must have been to be there and to be running for your life and wondering the fate of co-workers and loved ones.

This was my actual first sight of the Freedom Tower that day as it stands 16 years later.

I am so glad that I was able to see the memorial for myself, I had no idea there were two actual memorials, one where each of the towers stood in the respective buildings footprints.

They were very beautiful and very emotional to see. Each one of the names lost that fateful day inscribed into the marble ledge surrounding the 30 foot waterfalls.

To commemorate the birthdays of the fallen, they place a red carnation in their inscribed names.

The museum was very somber and emotional as well. I had been to the George W. Bush Library in Dallas earlier this year and had been very moved by the Tribute to 9/11. But to actually stand on the grounds in New York brought a whole new set of emotions.

These are some of the photographs I took while there.

These are some of the stairs that took so many to safety.

The beams that took some of the impact of the plane.

The pictures of all the fallen.

The flag with the pictures of the people who lost their lives in the towers in red and the fallen emergency workers in blue.

President Bush’s speech inscribed and all the names of the victims.

Ladder 3

The last column removed with all the emergency workers names or departments inscribed.

Chaplin Mychal Judge’s Prayer.

 

In memory of all that were taken on September 11, 2001.

God please watch over us and keep us safe from evil. 🙏🏼