Category Archives: 9/11

What It Is Not

The 10th Anniversary is a week away. It is a time for reflection, for mourning, consoling and for bonding with our fellow Americans. It is also a time for remembering and for renewed vigilance. We cannot let ‘Never Forget’ turn … Continue reading

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Ten Years Later – A Continuing Tribute (8/28)

Fourteen days from now marks the 10th Anniversary of 9/11. All of us remember that day, where we were and how it unfolded. We watched the planes intentionally driven into the Twin Towers. We watched the burn, the people running … Continue reading

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Ten Years Later – A Continuing Tribute (7/10/11)

We MUST Never Forget. We are two months from the 10th Anniversary of 9/11. Ten years seems like a long time for some, but for others it was just yesterday. For much of America, the wounds are still fresh from … Continue reading

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Ten Years Later – A Continuing Tribute (5/27)

We MUST Never Forget. As we all relax for this Memorial Day weekend, may we keep clearly in mind the reason for the holiday and count our blessings. We cannot lose sight of how close we are to losing what … Continue reading

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The Morning Links: Bin Laden Edition

We’ve all heard the news: Osama Bin Laden is dead. So much is flying around the internet, news outlets and blogs right now, it is hard to digest it all. I decided to create a blog post I will update … Continue reading

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Ten Years Later – A Continuing Tribute; The Lady’s Story

I think I’ve avoided putting it into written words for a number of reasons – most of which are in a vein of mental self-defense. I’ve decided that today is the day, however, to finally let some of those defenses down.  This is my story. Continue reading

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