Sarah: (on the events that occured on 9/11) Matthew stumbled downstairs in his underwear, looked at the TV and said, 'Oh, my God! My God!' As he went running into the bedroom to get his trousers I saw another plane crash into the second tower. Matthew was outside in no time to look at what was happening. He came back in ashen. It was a demarcation point in our lives, We were bereft. Every part of the attack felt personal to us. It was not random. We in this city were the target. We have this love affair with our city. We would rather have been here that day than be in Los Angeles or Greece or anywhere else in the whole world. It's this sense of community we feel. I thought, 'Thank God we were here. I will go down with this island if I have to.' I would never leave.