It's hard to believe it's been 10 years, although sometimes it feels like it was a lifetime ago. 10 years ago I went to sleep and woke up in a different world, I still see everything as "before" and "after." The New York skyline still doesn't look right to me, even after ten years.... I don't think it ever will.
I agree with you Rebecca
I agree. I still feel like I'm always reaching out to where they should be and saying, "Where are they?"
I agree completely with Rebecca. Sometimes it still doesn't feel real to me.
Very moving video--I felt I had to watch it all the way through. It was like watching it happen all over again. Everyone was just in shock! My husband and I both work in Cleveland and our places of employment told everyone to go home that morning. (btw, you might want to correct the year in your title to 2001)
Thank you for this post and for remembering.I too agree with Rebecca.StuckInBooks.com
Every time I see this I can't believe it.I can't imagine how many life's this has effected.
Rebecca, I, too, agree with you. This still seems like a nightmare...when I first saw the news footage on TV that day, it looked like they were making a disaster movie -- I simply couldn't believe it was all real. Nothing of this magnitude had ever happened before in this country! We were all under the impression that the U.S. was impregnable! Sadly, it's not so...Although Bin Laden is dead, that can't make up for the deaths of all those innocent people...Thank you, all of you at Reading Teen, for remembering. I can't watch the video, because I'll get too emotional, but thanks for putting it up, anyway.
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