#739 | Thursday, February 7th 2002
On September 11th 2001 I was at School singing O Canada. Nobody had known what happened the morning. We never knew until that afternoon. But yet we still never knew how bad it was until we got home and had saw what had happened on the news..
Lacey Rigg | 15 | Canada

#735 | Thursday, February 7th 2002
I was sleeping my afternoon nap, and suddenly I woke up and I heard my dad talks with my mom outside the room. From the way they talked, I knew something bad happened. First, I was sure that there was a bomb somewhere in israel (as usual), and I wanted to know where it happened. My mom went into my room and said: "They've bombed the twin towers". I was tottaly shocked. I never thought those things will ever happen in America. I turned on CNN immediatly and watched. It was all happening too fast. A plane crashes into the Pentagon, One of the towers has collapsed, bomb in a shopping center in Pittsburg (never heard about that again), the second tower has collapsed, another plane is on his way to the White House.
I was shocked that day like I have never been before. I also had this feeling of relief because I knew that finally someone will give the arabs what they deserve.
Only about two weeks after, i have relized what happened.

Reshef | 15 | Israel

#702 | Wednesday, January 30th 2002
I was in the car on the way to school when I heard a couple seconds of the news saying "pentagon and world trade center," but I didn't hear anything else and thought nothing of it. Then, in my first period Physiology class, I heard about the first Trade Tower. Throughout that day, news was hard to come by and no one knew what happened. I never knew the full extent of the attacks until I got home at 3:30ish that afternoon. Then I watch the news and cried for a couple of hours.
Jessica Anderson | 15 | California

#693 | Tuesday, January 29th 2002
My comments on Septmeber 11th? Well for one I am terrible sorry to all the victims of September 11th and all the familys who lost memebers. My birthday is that day so it wasn't all that fun watching people all depressed. I felt horrible for it. It was a tragic day that will never be forgotten.
Chantel | 15 | Canada

#681 | Sunday, January 27th 2002
I was in my 1st hour (ORACLE) and some people was like, "A plane crashed into the WTC!" but nobody really paid attention to them because they talk alot and stuff. Then 2nd hour they were talking about it again so I was like whoa... and we turned on a radio and started listening about it. Then in 3rd hr. my world history class we went into the auditorium and was watching the news on a big movie-like screen and I watched the 2nd plane crash in replays. But alot of people in the auditorium was talking alot and wasn't watching it which was making me mad, because tons of people died. Then alot of people went home, and some just stayed at school. From that day on I live my life to the fullest 1 day at a time (you never know when you might choke on a pretzel...lol), no time to argue or fight, just to live in peace and be friendly to everybody.
coty tabbee | 15 | Utah

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