I can remember exactly where I was when I heard the news, 10 years ago today. I remember the skies getting quiet when all air traffic stopped. I remember the lines at the gas pump wrapped around the block. I remember being glued to the TV all night long. I remember my stomach aching for the people that were there. And I have watched our world change since.
|Nine what? I No comprendo yet, Dad!|
Jake will learn about today in a history class years from now. So will some of your kids. I think of older relatives that lived through the Great Depression and can tell us exactly what it was like. In this case, we are all history teachers.