Barletta Bulletin 9.18.16
Lost but Not Forgotten
A week ago, we observed the fifteenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 – it’s hard to believe that so much time has passed. If they were old enough to be aware at the time, there are few Americans who do not recall where they were on that beautiful late summer morning. In a matter of minutes, our whole notion of the feeling of safety within our own borders changed. And when the details began to emerge and it became clear that it was a coordinated act of terrorism, our entire outlook on the world we occupied was altered dramatically.