#1111 | Tuesday, March 26th, 2002
It's hard to say anything about this tragedy. On Tuesday, the day of pain and suffer, we were come backing from school and we were so happy, but when we got to know our faces turned into sadness. On Wednesday in our school we commemorate the disaster with a minute of silence. We cancelled school disco. We are unhappy due to 11th September.
Krystian, Magda, Ola , Go | 16 | Poland

#1112 | Tuesday, March 26th, 2002
i was home. my husband called me from work around 1015am and asked me if i was watching tv (i wasnt) he had me turn on the news, and i put CNN on. it took what felt like an eternity for it all to register & make sense. it was & still is, inconceivable to me that something like this could happen on american soil. god bless those heros who lives were lost, and godbless those new heros found....those of the firefighters & police and volunteers. most of all, god bless america.
s. hawkins | 38 | Pennsylvania

#1113 | Tuesday, March 26th, 2002
I was sleeping befor the first plain hit. I got up for work and turned on the news to get a traffic report, like i did every morning, and found that a plain hit the twin towers. Then while watching more I saw the second plain hit I was suprized I never thought this would ever happen to NY or at least the USA. then the rest of the day and for 2 days longer I sat glued to the tv watching all the events hoping there was no one I knew or grew up with. I am a 30 year vet of NY. I still wonder if there was anyone I ever knew there that died. God Bless all the familys of NY and of the victims of the sdad moment.
M. Schumacher | 36 | Colorado

#1114 | Tuesday, March 26th, 2002
I was in my psychology class at college when a fellow student entered the room and told us that a plane had crashed in the top of the World Trade Center in NYC. Initially, I thought it was a horrible accident. However, by the time I had reached my car and turned on the radio for the drive back to my apartment, the towers had already fallen and the Pentagon was in flames. I was appalled and aghast by the images on television that day. My thoughts and prayers are with all families and friends of those who were lost as well as those who have survived and are on the road to recovery. May God bless and keep you for all of your days.
Ali | 21 | Kentucky

#1115 | Tuesday, March 26th, 2002
I am canadian and I was sleeping when my phone rang. It was a friend of mine screaming inot the phone that NY is being attacked and world war 3 is starting. I jusped out of be dand ran downstairs to turn on my tv just in time to see the 2nd plane crashing into the towers. I can remember sitting there all day glued to the tv watching CNN hoping that everyone was going to be ok. It is a day that everyone will remember like the moon landing in 1969 (I was not born yet to remember that one)

Anyways it is a day that will go down in history.
Mike | 26 | Canada

<< | < | showing 1111-1115 of 2527 | > | >>

welcome
view / browse
search
about


link us



website: wherewereyou.org | contact: wwyproject@yahoo.com
All entries are copyright their original authors.