Category Archives: Sept. 11

Advice worth pausing for

Today’s a day when we remember and reflect on the violence thrust upon us as a nation and many people as individual human beings on that clear blue-sky morning of September 11, 2001. A few months later I quoted Christoffer … Continue reading

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September 11, 2017

REMEMBER Photo by Pearl Yee Wong of the Michigan State University Museum This year there is a lot of news chatter that is hurricane-related, understandable of course, but the September 11 reports have an oddly historical feel about them. We … Continue reading

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Not On My Watch

So yelling big-wig (ha! ha!), not on my watch. Continue reading

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September 11, Fifteen Years Later

REMEMBER Photo by Pearl Yee Wong of the Michigan State University Museum Last year I wrote: I’ll be spending today quietly, thinking and doing “normal” things. That’s always the contrast isn’t it, what had been normal and this instant where … Continue reading

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September 10, 2001

In 2001, I’d been up visiting my parents at Brant Lake for a few days. I was considering a big life change and had gone to get away and think about it and to make a decision and plan. I’d … Continue reading

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