A crowd turned out Saturday to plant daffodils outside a Brooklyn school in memory of those who lost their lives in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
I can’t put a bow on bin Laden. None of us can. I won’t be pretentious or presumptuous enough to think that I can tell you how to cheer, jeer, or mourn, how to rebury the beloved after the news stirred the stiff soil.
With six months remaining until the national 9/11 memorial opens, the work to turn a mountain of rubble into some of the inspiring moments envisioned nearly a decade ago is thundering forward.