10 years

It has been 10 years since that day.

I still remember it so clearly.

If you read other blogs or news stories, you’ll find that the first two lines of this blog sound mighty familiar. It’s a day that a lot of us hold in our heads – we remember the details like where we were, who we were with, our loved ones.

It’s a common situation for Generation Y – the millennial generation. Born from the mid 70s even up to the 2000s, our generation is well aware that the consequences of that day and how they affect us to this day.

I remember every year. I don’t think those three numbers will ever be separated from that day again.

So today, we remember

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