If you were alive, you remember where you were and what you were doing at 8:46 A.M. on the morning of September 11, 2001 when the worst terror attack on America in our nations’ history began to unfold before our eyes and ears. The shock and belief that we all felt that day were quickly replaced by anger, then a willingness to except new restrictions on our way of life, many of which remain today. Air travel has become anything but a pleasant experience, and we’ve gotten used to restrictions that include the sizes of bags we can carry in to a sporting event to requirements that we pass through metal detectors when we enter nearly all government buildings, just to name a few. Americans are a resilient people and we’ve learned over the past 19 years to except the life style changes that have resulted from the terrorist attacks and that’s why I hold out hope that some day we’ll look at the Corona Virus pandemic of 2020 as something we had to deal with, got through and then moved on. That’s the way I see it.