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September 11th – A Day Of Remembrance

I have written a lot about September 11th on this blog over the years. I started it a couple years post 9/11 and while I was and NY was still very much in its wake. Time has a way of making traumatic things fade away and that has happened to some degree. But a smell, a […]
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