It all started as a normal day for me at my Comm. College, I had just gotten out of my first class and went to the student rec room. Everyone was sranding watching the TC. That’ when the second plane hit. My heart dropped. I was worryed about my Brother-in=law, Who was stationed about 20 min from NY. He was in the army. Then I heard the next day of all the firefighters, police, and ems workers who perished. And from being in the medical profession, and have family in the medical, fire, and police profession. It gave me a sense of pride to be part of that great community. One good thing did happen after 911 and that was the overall respect for emergency personnell. Now when ever i go out, people always come up to me and shake my hand and tell me they are glad that we are here.
To All Those who perished: MAY YOU REST IN PEACE.
We will never forget