From Massachusetts to Texas it’s been a tough week for our country. There is nothing more heartbreaking than seeing the innocent injured or killed. This week we’ve seen both. I would bet that the few of you that read this post, at some point this week, have teared up or even cried over what has unfolded in the last five days. I know I have.
But I have also smiled this week. Luckily the Power Hour and Drive are ensconced with smiles and laughter. Also, this email made me smile, and I wanted to share it with you:
Good afternoon fellas. As I got in the car this morning I turned on the radio and heard the fans at the hockey game in Boston singing the National Anthem, it gave me goosebumps. I get goosebumps everytime I hear it but this time it was different. I am grateful to be part of this great nation and I can not express it enough. My first day in the Military was Sept 11,2001. I flew out of Newark airport in New Jersey. Same place United 93 came out of that very same day. One thing I learned is that(as i look at an American flag) these colors don't run. I am proud to be an American and I want those responsible to know that they don't have to confess, we're looking for you and we will find you. And you can run and tell that, homeboy. God bless America, God bless those affected in Boston and God Bless my brothers in Arms.
Jose E. Torres(ToFlo)
My favorite part: One thing I learned is that (as i look at an American flag) these colors don't run. I am proud to be an American.
Me too, Jose. Me too.
Talk to you at 3.