Remembering 9/11

by Elaine Horner on September 11, 2012 · 0 comments

Remembering 9/11September 11 was a tragic event for America back in 2001…

…Everyone has their own story of where they were on 9/11.  I will share mine real quick.

At the time my husband owned/operator of a Satellite Cellular Shop. That morning we had a nice quiet drive in the country on our way to the shop. No radio on, no texts, no phone calls, no interruptions, just enjoying our time together and the beautiful rolling hills of the Alberta countryside.

When we arrived at the shop it was full of people. Not just customers but employees and owners of our neighbouring shops nearby. Because we sold satellite TV, obviously we had a TV in our shop and all eyes were glued to it.

The first tower had already fallen, and we watched in horror as the second one went down. Everyone stood speechless. What did all this mean?

Alan Jackson wrote this song shortly after the World Trade Center tragedy on 9/11/2001. One of the most poignant songs written about that dreadful event. Even though it has been many years after the event, the images of that day are still burned into my memory forever, and I’m sure the same is true for almost everybody.

Where were you during September 11? Let me know in the comments section below!

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