Skip ahead to 2011 and the world is a much different place. Tomorrow there is to be a 10th Anniversary Memorial at ground zero. But why I ask? Why are we remembering when it seems that all we have really done is forgotten. We have forgotten that a horrible situation could have been even worse if not for all the first responders of police and firemen that day. We have forgotten that many of those brave men and women lost their lives trying to save others. How are we showing our thanks as a country for going above and beyond the call of duty? The surviving first responders are not invited to the memorial. How is that for gratitude? But it doesn't stop there. We apparently have forgotten that like it or not many survived this disaster not by determination or luck, but by the grace of God. He too is not invited tomorrow....nor is His name to be uttered, honored or thanked. And finally.....we have forgotten that we are not suppose to be a country of divisions but one country supported by all. This last couple of years has proven that this is no longer the case....and with this lapse in memory, it seems that we have also forgotten all the men and women who have died trying to keep us free, whole and safe and all those still serving fighting what seems to be an unwinnable war. I am angry beyond words right now that after a decade we have forgotten so much and yet we are calling tomorrow.....a memorial.