September 11, 2001…Today is a day eerily reminiscent of that day eleven years ago. A Tuesday. A bright, crisp fall morning with a cerulean sky. A day that was significant because of its insignificance. An ordinary day, if there is such a thing. Each of us has a memory of that day. We know where we were when we heard the news. Though it’s been said so many times before, it is a day America will never forget. And for a brief time, we were unified as Americans, and as a nation, waving flags, linking arms, and supporting one another. Continue reading
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