This is a week to remember, literally. It is the 15th anniversary of 9/11, which has been revered and remembered each year as a day the United States suffered greatly by an act of terrorism. Every year we see pictures of the World Trade Center towers on fire, and many people experience the memories of the terror, anger, fear, anxiety, sadness and most of all the shock that we felt during and after this tragedy. This past week was also a tragic week for a family, in Minnesota, because their missing 11 year-old son’s remains were found buried in a field less than 50 miles from his home. For almost 27 years, Jacob Wetterling’s, parents have fostered the hope that he would be found alive but this week they received the news no parent wants to get; Jacob was dead. It has been said that after September 11, America lost her innocence and would never be the same. It has also been said that after Jacob’s abduction the innocence of rural America was gone as well. Both of these events have had a lasting impact for all of us who live in the U.S.A.