We will never forget that day. We will also never forget the way the whole country came together as one to mourn our dead and figure out how to proceed. As divided as we may seem, we need to remember that we have more in common than we have differences and that this country is worth defending and finding common answers to the problems we face.The KnifeCenter employees, like all Americans, were greatly effected by the events of September 11, 2001. We were in the suburbs of Washington, DC and, after the first tower was hit, we brought a TV into the office to see what was happening. When the second tower and the Pentagon were hit and we learned that there was another plane in the air heading for us in Washington, I sent everyone home to be with their families. We picked our kids up from school and waited to see how everything played out. Through the ensuing years we have supported the military and done our part as best we could.