Ten years later, I think everyone still remembers where they were on September 11th, 2001, like it was yesterday. I know I do. I was working not far from our radio stations then -- at a place called National Mail-It, which was located on Financial Plaza. When I first heard the news about the plane crashing into the World Trade Center, I was on my way to work. I arrived there when all the new information was coming in about the plane crashes. I don't remember ANYTHING work-related I did that day. What I DO remember is standing in front of the TV watching the scene play out...praying with co-workers and others who shared the building with us...talking to friends...and doing a bit of writing. I also cried...a lot. As I'm sure others did that day, and in the weeks following. I also remember going to church with my parents -- something I hadn't done for a while before that -- to remember the victims. And I will be remembering them again in church Sunday morning. This weekend, we honor our first responders, our military, and the families of those who lost their lives that day. You will not be forgotten.