Wednesday, September 11, 2019


Early morning On September 11, 2001, thousands lost their lives from all nations at the hands of Muslims terrorists.
It was early morning in Arizona and I was getting ready to start the day when the telephone rang and my friend Joyce screamed turn on the TV America is being attacked.
Some of us will never forget feelings of fear, sadness, and anger as we listened to the news.
When we told it was Muslims who attacked us, we vowed to never forget the loss of lives and their destruction of
American property.
We vowed then that we would never forget the innocents who were slaughtered; the children whose mother or father didn't come home for dinner; the heroes who sacrificed their lives to save others.

The 246 passengers who never deplaned from their flights. The 2,606 people who never left work. The 343 firefighters who never finished their shift. The 60 police officers who never ended their patrol. The 8 paramedics who never stopped saving lives.
Today, we honor their memories, we say a prayer for their loved ones, and we vow once again to never forget.
In memory of the ones we lost,