|One of the reflecting pools at the
World Trade Center memorial site in New York City
Eleven years ago today, on the crisp and clear autumn morning of September 11, 2001 in New York City and Washington, DC, people went about the business of getting ready to lead their lives.
In both cities, people were unaware of the destruction ahead. People said good-bye to their loved ones and left for work. They started another day in the one place where they wanted to do their jobs and raise their families.
But it was not to be. Almost 3,000 people died … Read More