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As I sit here, trying to think of something appropriate to say, to remember that horrible day, maybe post a 9/11 tribute video or appropriate song, I'm at a loss. Certainly I, nor anyone else will ever forget that day, but will always remember those who's lives were lost, and the hero's who emerged from that day and the days, weeks, months and years to follow.

It's hard to believe 12 years have passed since this horrible tragedy took place.
I remember very clearly, watching live TV that morning, as we all wondered just what was going on.
Was it a small plane that crashed into the World Trade Center North Tower?
That was the initial rumor we had heard.
And then witnessing live on television, the second plane crash into WTC South Tower, I, and the rest of the world, came to a quick realization that this was no accident.
I immediately felt as if our secure lives were no longer secure.
I'm sure I was not alone with that thought.

Please join me in remembering the nearly 3000 lives were lost in New York City, Shanksville, Pa, and The Pentagon in Washington, D.C., on September 11th, 2001, and pledge that we will never forget.