Most Wanted: Those lost on 9/11

20110907-054722.jpgThis week, I couldn’t imagine adding other things below the anniversary of the most tragic event in our nations history, so there will be only one topic this week, and it will be completely dedicated to those who were senselessly killed on that day and the weeks, months, and years following that clear September morning.

1. Those Lost on 9/11

For many, the sadness of the 9/11 terrorist attacks is still as strong today as it was 10 years ago. Just thinking about it makes me cringe. I always contemplate how scared the entire world was, wondering if more attacks were on the way and eventually finding put that one of the three planes were aiming for the White House. One can only hope that nothing even remotely far from that event ever happens again, because it truly destroyed so many lives, livelihoods, families, and morales. Although I was only seven years old, I remember that day like it was yesterday, and like many in the country, I will never forget.

I will have another post this week about 9/11, and I will also be tweeting during the memorials on Sunday.

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