Today is the 19th anniversary of the terrible events of September 11, 2001. On that day, like many Americans, I watched the events unfold on television. I was at my parents’ condo in Naples, Florida. The television was turned on because my father, a World War II vet, kept it turned continually, even when no one was watching.
I happened to pass by the TV set and caught sight of the twin towers under attack. I callied to my parents. “Come look at this! Something is happening!” They rushed to my side. We watched, stunned. We pledged to never forget.
My parents have passed away since then. They never forgot. Nor have I, nor have the millions of other Americans who like me, can only imagine the way it felt firsthand. We have not forgotten the tragedy and the bravery of those who experienced the reality of that fateful day.
Tina Murray, Ph. D.
Editor and writer
Tina, you are getting better and better at this blogging. I look forward to reading each one. You write such inspiring commentary and I am delighted each time to read what you’ve written.
Keep up the good work!
Elva, that is very encouraging. Thank you very much. One of my goals is to encourage and inspire readers to forge ahead and complete their creative projects, despite obstacles. That goes for life goals, too, not just artistic endeavors.