Where were you on 9-11?

Everyone has a story of their memories of 9-11. This is the time of the year to share them.

Chaplain Bob Ossler spent 45 days over several months at Ground Zero in NYC after the newspaper 911 2terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Working at Ground Zero with emergency service providers and search and recovery workers filled his heart and mind with unforgettable memories.

It took him fifteen years to write about these events, but finally he did. Writing out his memories helped to clear the horrific images that burdened his mind for years.

You have memories of that day, too. How did 9-11 affect you?

Read Ossler’s touching stories in Triumph Over Terror.

About Janice Hall Heck

Janice Heck, coauthor of Triumph Over Terror with Bob Ossler, is a retired educator (special education, early childhood administration). After retiring, she kept her hand in education by teaching English, writing, and computer applications (part-time)in a residential adolescent drug/alcohol rehab program. In her free time, she writes for, edits, and publishes a community newsletter; sings in the Margate Community Church choir; and collects old grammar books just for the heck of it. She loves travel, photography, cats, writing, blogging, blogging challenges, and life-long learning. She is a wife, mother, and Grannie to thirteen grandchildren. She is committed to Relay for Life (cancer), the annual City-to-Shore MS Bike-a-Thon, and the American Heart Association. Welcome to her blog. Connect with her @janiceheck on Twitter, Janice Hall Heck on Facebook, and website www.TriumphOverTerror.com.
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