Boston...oh my sweet and beautiful city. I remember you well....drama lessons every Saturday, Red Sox games every chance I got, my high school prom at Anthony's Pier On, the Swan Boats, the museums, the harbor, the aquariaum and Quincy Market, Boston is a proud, historic, and dynamic city. It's a college town - Boston University, University of Massachusetts, MIT, Emerson College, Northeastern, Boston College, Harvard and Radcliffe.... a city of students. It's a sports city of course - the Sox, Celtics, Bruins and the Pats (even though their stadium is in Foxboro!). It's an historic city - the Old North Church, the Freedom Trail, Fanueil Hall. Let's not forget that it is also a city of culture - the Isabella Gardner Museum, the Kennedy Library, the Boston Pops, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Boston Museum of Science, the Children's Museum - something for every interest and taste. Boston is a city of immigrants - the North End, full of the finest Italian food and products; Chinatown, the lace curtain Irish and the southies. Oh Boston, my Boston - pahk your caa in Haavad Yad and please watch out for the crazy drivas. Get your Dunkin Donuts on every street corner and your fresh seafood, baked beans and Parker House rolls in restaurants that have been around longer than the country itself! And remember, everything is either "wicked" good or "wicked" bad but whichever it is, it is extreme! Boston has the craziest drivers, the most imitated accents, the best fried clams, the most fanatic sports fans, and the toughest "Yankees" (not the baseball team) that you will ever meet. I love my hometown and I know that the beautiful city of my childhood and youth will survive this most heinous act of terrorism and come out stronger, tougher and more resilient than ever. And by the way, I will say this once and only once...Thank you to the New York Yankees for playing "Sweet Caroline" and standing in support of their greatest rivals and most revered challengers in tribute to Boston.