Remembering 9/11

By | September 11, 2016
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Remembering 9/11

Anyone who was living on the 11th day of September in 2001, will never forget where they were when those planes were deliberately flown into the World Trade Center towers, killing thousands, and changing the world for forever.

In 2001 the name “Cloudeight” meant stationery because that’s what we did. And in the days following 9/11/2001 we created a page featuring stationery, wallpaper, and more, in remembrance of that day and of those who lost their lives.

We want to share with you that page we created 15 years ago. It reminds us of the day that changed the world and of all those who lost their lives that day.

“This page and its contents were created in September and October 2001. It is said that those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it. Let this page serve as a reminder. Let us never forget September 11, 2001.” 

We invite your to remember with us:  Please visit our  9/11/2001 Tribute to America page.

Please keep in mind that we’ve intentionally left our America page exactly as it was in 2001.  Many of the items featured on that page do not work on modern versions of Windows and some of the links are not working.

3 thoughts on “Remembering 9/11

  1. Sue Young

    Thank you so much for the remembrance. It was a scary time for all of America. It would be nice if you could fix your broken links especially on your aspirations pages. They would still be nice to read today or anytime for that matter I think, Thank you for all you so for your followers. God bless you both.

  2. Ramona

    September 11, 2001 will never be forgotten. My heart cries for those who lost their loved ones that day. I pray that something like that will never happen in America again. What bothers me also is the fact that our Creator has been taken out of America in so many ways, when He is removed all the prayers in the world need to continue for America and the world. I know there are those that will not agree with me however, it is very important that we remember our humble beginnings. I would be lost without Him. God Bless America and God Bless our people and all the people of this earth. Let’s never forget who we are and how important He should be to all of us.


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