9/10/01 is engrained in my mind as if was yesterday. I worked as paramedic in lower Manhattan on the 3-11 shift. I can remember every call and every patient. We were even dispatched to a call at the Marriott Marquis but canceled by a BLS unit prior to arriving. I remember the pouring rain in the late afternoon and evening and I remember how it cleared up and the streets dried and the night's weather turned perfect. Amazing how I can't remember what I had for lunch yesterday but I remember 9/10/01 so vividly.It was about this time of day 20 years ago when severe thunderstorms came through Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. Trees were down and roads flooded in Pa. and N.J.. Coming into NYC to go to work from Pa. had me alter my route and I took Rte. 3 down from I-80 to go to the Holland tunnel. At about 6:30 PM the skies cleared and the sun was shining. As I neared the Holland I observed the sun reflecting off of the "Twin Towers" under blue skies and thought what a beautiful photo that would make. Going home at 6 AM the day promised to be as beautiful. It was until 8:18 AM when our lives, our Country and many other things were horribly changed. I ask God to bless each and every person lost in various ways and places from this heinous act and to hold them eternally in his hand. May he continue to Bless their families and Bless this great United States Of America. May he Bless each and everyone of you who read this, but, Never Forget of Forgive what has been done to each and everyone of us!