It is hard to believe that a decade has gone by since September 11th because on that day I think maybe many of us didn't know how we would go on. It seems like yesterday. Do you remember what you were doing on that day? I sure do, I had just discovered that I was pregnant with my second child. We were living in East Lansing, Michigan. My husband was at work. I was feeling sick. We hadn't told our family yet, and we're going to make the phone calls on that day. I had just gotten back home from dropping Harris off at preschool when I turned on the TV to Good Morning America. I couldn't believe my eyes. The first tower was on fire. What they were saying wasn't making sense in that they were reporting an airplane had crashed into the tower. My first thought was a small plane, but then they said it was a large commercial plane. It wasn't long after I turned on the TV that the second plane crashed into the second tower. I couldn't believe it. That was when I knew it wasn't an accident and I think maybe others did too. I was in shock. I sat their numb, not really knowing what to do next. My eyes were glued to the TV waiting for more news. While I didn't know anyone who personally died that day. I have had many family members who have fought over in Iraq and Afghanistan. So, I was thinking that I don't want to simply just remember, but I want to do something good. Then the idea came to me to challenge you to do something good. It doesn't have to be anything big. Maybe take cookies to a neighbor or bring a meal to someone in need. Smile at someone or address the checkout person by name. Maybe you want to do something big. While we can't change the events of that day maybe just maybe by doing something good this week we can make this world a better place. Are you in????