In the past few weeks, it seems there have been a number of commercials about movies opening September 11. And I have to admit, it bothers me... a LOT. I'm not suggesting that we all go deep into mourning on that day, and not live our lives. And I realize that most of the country probably doesn't feel it as viscerally as we do around here. Furthermore, it's a Friday in September. But it just seems so incredibly disrespectful to me. That day has a significance that few others on the calendar have. I'm fine with the fact that movies open on Christmas. I celebrate Christmas, but lots of people don't, and they can enjoy the movie. But, as a nation, we were all attacked on that day. I simply don't see it as a day for celebration. I know someone who had planned to celebrate her 10th anniversary in AA on that date. (Obviously the party got postponed.) She now has her parties on the 10th or the 12-- that day is just out of the question. Am I the only one who feels this way?