I was teaching a 5th grade art class. We were told not to tell the kids. It was a very hard day pretending everything was normal................
We were not around yet, but we will always remember.
Driving to work...I got there in time to see the second tower fall. I'll never forget. Praying for peace and sensibility.
Truly a sad day. Hopefully all Americans and Americats will always remember. I remember the whole family huddled together in the living room, glued to the television. Lots of tears.Neyland D. Catt
At home. My husband was in the garage working and shouted in that there had been a terrible accident. I put the TV on to see if there was a news report. There was live coverage and as I watched, the second plane flew into the other tower, and with it the realisation that it was no accident. We will never forget.
I was in Oregon, my husband was already here in Virginia, working in DC. I was terrified as I didn't know how close he might be to the Pentagon. I couldn't get a hold of him, he finally called in the late afternoon when he finally was able to get through...I flew out to be with him 3 days later.
Mom was at work. Dad was suppose to get on a plane that morning. He had not left for the airport when he saw it on the news. Where Mom worked, they had TV's but had been told to turn them off a month before by upper management. Several people ask Mom to turn them on, but she would not with out management approval. It came just as the second plane flew into the towers. Dad called her about the same time to say he was not going anywhere!
at work in romania, europe, but my son, 19 years old was at swarthmore, PA in the first year of college. it was a terrible day.
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