As traumatic as September 11th, 2001 will be forever ingrained in our minds. There is nothing greater than honoring those that lost their lives that tragic day.On May 21st the 9/11 Memorial Museum will be open to the public. It's on the same site the World Trade Towers once stood scraping the skies. The museum will not only pay tribute to those involved with the events of 9/11 but also those that were in those buildings in 1993 during the 1st attack.

I can't think of a wonderful way to pay honor to those that lost their lives that day.

As a kid my parents took my sister's and I on many family vacations where we visited many historical sites and memorials. I can tell you even at 12 yrs old I felt the awesome chill when walking through the Vietnam Memorial & Arlington  National Cemetery. I had nothing but tears but a great respect for those men & Women who served and died for this country.

I can only imagine the great feelings I would get from visiting this site.  Franklin Roosevelt said that Dec. 7th, 1941 was a "Day of Infamy" when Pearl Harbor was attacked. In our lifetime 9/11 will forever be our "Day of Infamy".

For more details visit www.911memorial.org.