This whole thing is overwhelming. I cannot believe the many hours of labor that
went into this. It is well worth it. Go to the memorial and feel the spirit.
The many people on 9/11/2001 that gave their lives were doing their job. They
didn't know what was happening or why it was happening. It was their job
they were doing. Sitting at a desk, talking on the phone, drinking a beverage,
going to the bathroom and just breathing. The first responders still
didn't know why the planes crashed into the building. They did their job
and at what a sacrifice with all the fuel and force of the direct aircraft hit
but with the ensuing fires and explosions or implosions and metal crumbling. We
are fortunate to live in a country where people volunteer to help others and
enjoy this freedom we have that no other nation has ever had nor will have.This is a great token of appreciation that a small community has paid
for the sacrifices that first responders and people that do their job, do
everyday, work and serve others.Thanks again, to Kaysville,
volunteers and to the Deseret News for publishing the good things that people
and communities do for us, EVERYDAY!!!!
So 9/11 is the Remember The Alamo. A battle that was lost.
What a great deal for the people of Kaysville to show love and appreciation for
those who do their job everyday to help others, even giving their own life to do