Never forget.

And could you? I remember so vividly that morning. When the first one hit I must have been in the shower. I ate my oatmeal and then ok off in the morning driving to work. Listening to my normally funny morning show on radio KS95 fm. This morning not so much fun it was a live commentary of the scene in NY. And I called Barb right away to turn on the tv and report back to me. While listening I heard a live commentary of the second plane hitting the tower. It was just surreal.

At work I immediately checked the news sources online and most of them were just jammed servers could not take the strain and many sites collapsed. We rolled in TVs and tuned them to news channels. Employees gathered in break rooms and meeting rooms with TVs. CEOs message came shortly after.

“Take the day off to deal with this.”

And dealt we have ever since 9-11. Never forgotten.

One thought on “Never forget.”

  1. I remember you calling me to turn the tv on and the shock of seeing what happened and wondering why it happened. Was it just an accident or worse? Then the second plane hit and it became wondering WHO was responsible. I remember standing watching the tv because I just couldn’t sit. I remember all the news people speculating on how many deaths happened and for some reason the figure 10,000 stands out in my mind. I remember thinking this must be how people felt when Pearl Harbor was attacked. But most of all I remember feeling so SAD!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *