President Kennedy was talked about on the news here yesterday and today but maybe because that NBC station is in Dallas and since he was killed there it hits more home. I can remember looking out my hospital room at that flag across the street. And some cable station had shows over and over all day long about him. I can also remember that as a child when he was shot I was home half a day from school because of a nosebleed and went back at lunch and told my teacher. She didn't believe me at first. That was way before cell phones and tvs in the schools. A little later she found out from the principal or someone that I was telling the truth. We were off school the day of his funeral because of who he was. So hard to believe it's been 51 years ago!
Many of the younger ones don't know what 9/11 is all about either. My grandkids, who were only a year old or born afterwards didn't know until I told them about it.
"Every day of our lives we are faced with a choice. The choice to BE, or to be truly AMAZING. Ask yourself if what you're doing today is getting you closer to where you want to be tomorrow. No matter who you are, or what you do, you absolutely, positively do have the power to TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE." -Unknown
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