Wednesday, September 12
"Some of the questions our seven year old son asked:
--That's the kind of plane I fly on when I visit Grandma and Grandpa,
--So all of those guys must have planned this together, right, mom?
--What does it mean that they'll have "to pay"? Will this cost them a
lot of money?
--*Who* has to pay, and with what?
--Why would anyone want to hurt all those people?
--Isn't it weird not to see any airplanes in the sky? Do you think we'd
get in trouble for flying a paper airplane?
--I get to watch the news, right mom?
--When is President Bush going to talk to us? (This just after he'd
watched the whole brief speech.)
--Do you need a hug?
--Do you think Lindsey (his little sister) understands what's going on,
or is she too young?
--Is New York City close to us? How close?
--What would we do if this happened here?
--What is that noise? Can you close my window?
--Is everything going to be okay?
Good questions, I thought.
Kathy at C.O.D.