In the mist of all the controversy around the mosque and the burning of the Quran.

Today is one the day to put all that side a remember the lost that we all felt.

It’s a day to remember why we love our firefighters and Cops.
It’s a day to remember how many people came together to help out.
It’s a day that rocked the US to its core.
It’s a day that effected people all over the world.

But most of all, it’s a day to remember the lives lost, and  their loved ones that had their lives changed so suddenly.

That day was a day that we all remember. I was in the 6th grade, there was not a cloud in the sky. Just the sun shinning. Couldn’t ask for a better day. I remember coming home from school, and being at my neighbour’s house and seeing it on TV. At that moment, I didn’t really understand the impact of the towers falling apart. Now being older and fully understand it all. It is sure to be a day that I will Never forget.

Don’t forget to stop what you doing for moment, and remember the lives that were changed forever.


About abbygayleherbert

Studying Graphic Design at Fanshawe College.

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