Do you remember where you were 13 years ago today? Chances are that you do.
I am sure for the families and friends of the nearly 3,000 people who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks, they not only remember the day, but the last words that were spoken to their loved ones. How many people said — or more likely did not say — something that they would alter if life provided the opportunity for do-overs?
Take a moment today to pause and be grateful that we live in a country where such attacks are the exception rather than the norm. And then take another moment to say what you would want to say to someone since you are fortunate enough to have that chance.