|Today we honor the sacrifices made on 9/11 and the ongoing sacrifices made because of 9/11.|
Most of you know that our oldest son served four years in the Marine Corps, with two tours in Iraq. Because of that, I’m passionate about supporting our military and their families.
Today I’ve decided to pre-empt my regular blog post schedule and take a moment to remember the attack on September 11, 2001.
I believe that remembering 9/11 is important, not just to honor the sacrifices on that day, but also to honor the ongoing sacrifices because of that day.
Most of us remember where we were that day.
My morning had started off a little calmer than usual. It wasn’t my week to drive in our neighborhood carpool, so I’d rushed the two youngest out the door to grade school first. Then the car horn sounded for our oldest son and, after a quick hug, he was off to middle school....
Read the rest of my post, A Marine Mom Remembers 9/11 on While They Serve. I'd love to hear your stories of where you were when you found out what happened and how it affected you.
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