Memorializing Year Nineteen

I don’t have anything particularly wise or witty to share on the 19th anniversary of 9/11.

As a New Yorker, I remember every minute of the day and those which preceded. I will NEVER forget the smell of smoke, engine fuel, metal, and human lives in the air. I’ll never forget the people who reached out to me to make sure that my family and I were safe. I will always remember that if I’d taken a job in the towers, I might not be here today.

My memory is long, but life is shorter. Keep your loved ones close.

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