I bought my first digital camera in October of 2001. And the photographs I have of New York before… Read more fifteen
It was nearing the end of our shift in the mobile medical van. “It’s doubtful anyone will show up towards… Read more the unwritten personal statement
Some things you don’t forget. “Did you have classes on September 11?” “Yup.” “When were you supposed to be in… Read more ten
Dammit, don’t wonder why we called. We love, and then we were afraid we lost. —Scott Swanson, 11 September 2002.
Flipping through the TV programming guide tonight, I saw the familiar 9/11 documentaries and movies popping up in the listings,… Read more One post for 9/11.
It’s been three years. I still think about it from time to time. But I didn’t even realize it was… Read more 5-5-5-5
I broke my stated promise to engage in a media blackout today. I turned on the TV this morning to… Read more weakness
In the end, there is nothing to say. Take a cue from Rudy and Mike. No speeches and no grandstanding.… Read more Notes
I remember talking to my friends later that week. Maybe the one thing that surprised all of us was all… Read more There is some truth to that New Yorker cover.
I caught a few bits of last weekend’s edition of CBS Sunday Morning, which was centered around September 11. In… Read more Funerals and tragedy