#800 | Friday, March 1st 2002
I was out having breakfast with my mother when the crashes happened.It was such an awful thing to have happened.I was so shocked at the news!Before something like that happened no one could possibly think it would ever happen to us here in the GREAT USA,but it did.It really gets you to think about life,about how valuable it really is.You really start taking a look at yourself and wonder what can you do to make your life and others a little better.I have gotten mad and cried.I can only hope that we as Americans can pull together and try to live together more peaceably and unite more and not just because of this most tragic incident in American History and really take stock of our lives and what we can do for others.We all need to start taking a stand for what is right and be there for one another.We all need to as a Nation get our selves and our Nation back to God,that is what our Country was founded on.We have gotten away from what is the most important thing and that is GOD.
Sincerly Debbie

DEBBIE BURNETTE | 44 | Alabama

#713 | Friday, February 1st 2002
I was at school watching the whole on t.v. My heart and prayers go out to the families who lost loved ones.
C. Jackson | 16 | Alabama

#684 | Sunday, January 27th 2002
I was asleep.
Mom called and woke me.
I went to work.
I'm a radio dj.
Playing music just become "not fun".

2002 is here...
Mom called and woke me.
I went to work.
I'm a radio dj.
Playing music is theraputic.


Karson (With a K) | 33 | Alabama

#548 | Thursday, December 20th 2001
When all this happend I was at school working in the Library The princible came over the entirecom and said there'd been an attck on the world trade center and I was like wow but I got to sit and watch the t.v cause I had library that whole day I watched it over and over I think thats really the only time the media was actually practical !
Becky | 15 | Alabama

#546 | Thursday, December 20th 2001
My name is Amanda Jenkins. I am 14 years old. The day of 9/11 I was at school. When I heard what had happened all I could think was really my family but mostly my dad my dad had been in New York the last I had talked to him. No he is still alive lucky enough for my family and me. At first I keep calling him to make sure he had left that area. He had he’d left 2 hours before the strike and I’m so happy for that. I feel for those who had lost their families and I’m glad that my father wasn’t in that. If he had been I don’t know what. But one thing for sure is that this has brought my family closer than ever. I think I even believe in God more than ever because if hadn’t been for God I think my father wouldn’t of left then, but for others who hadn’t been so fortunate I feel so sad and confused and I have a greater understanding why we have History in school. And I realize now that we, children, don’t understand Pearl Harbor and such because it didn’t happen to us and we also now understand that 9/11 is our generations history not our children’s when have them. Thank You.
Amanda Jenkins | 14 | Alabama

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