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I was driving in my car on the way to work when the radio station I was listening to interrupted the song playing to say that the first twin tower had been crashed into by a plane. By the time more information was known about what was happening I was already at work. I was working as a daycare teacher and as I arrived at work I went straight to the break room to see if I could find out any more about what was happening.
Over the next several days as the mystery of what happened that day unfolded, I often found myself in tears as I watched the devastation on the news.
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I will never forget that day. And I will never forget the days and weeks that followed. At that time I was incredibly proud and humbled to be an American.
In light of all of the current economic situation, it is easy to forget. It is easy to get so wrapped up in my own problems and start to doubt this great country we are in. No country is perfect, including America, but I am proud to be an American.
My thoughts go out to all of those who lost their lives that day. My heart breaks for the families that lost loved ones that day. And I would like to give an extra special thank you to all the people that were there to help pick up the pieces after that fateful tragedy.