I don't need to remind everyone what today is the anniversary of.
A year ago, London had just won the Olympic Games. I was home for the day and nowhere near Central London. I had the day all planned out. Those plans were not to be.
I was making my way to a television to watch MacGyver, which was scheduled for 9am. The radio on and as I was walking, I heard that there had been an explosion at Liverpool Street station.
I switched over to the news channels and then cleared MacGyver off the planner. I wasn't in the mood to watch it.
It wasn't immediately clear these were actually explosions. The initial reports were saying power surges.
I spent much of the rest of the day reading the news sites and watching the news reports. I didn't feel in the mood to do much else. Al sent me an email checking whether I was OK. I really appreciated that.
Two weeks later, they tried to repeat their act of barbarism. Fortunately they failed.
On a couple of occasions afterwards, I had reason to travel through the section of the Tube where the Aldgate bombing took place. Whenever the train passed through that area, the lights flickered. It was not a pleasant reminder.
A year on and Sir Ian Blair says further attacks are 'almost inevitable'. I hope he's wrong. I fear he's right.