Aloha Friday (2 of 3)


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Tomorrow is the anniversary of 9/11, so in remembrance of those that lost their lives and those that lost loved ones,

Where were you on that fateful day?
I was having my coffee, checking my emails and had the tv on listening to the Today Show..

11 thoughts on “Aloha Friday (2 of 3)

  1. I was at work and all hell broke loose. We were conducting a major conference when things went dead silent. A colleague called us over and we were stumped. We thought it was a movie and then realized the horror…. Still brings shivers and tears to my eyes now…

  2. I was sitting in our family room, talking to my in-laws, who were visiting. We had plans to go to breakfast and then I was going to take my mother in law to Atlanta to shop. Needless to say, we canceled our trip.

  3. Hi Cheryl, I was getting ready for work when my sister, living in OH, called me and told me to turn on the TV. It was unbelievable and I would have thought it was an accident if not for the second plane. Was it really all that long ago? Seems like yesterday.

  4. I was watching Good Morning America with Diane Sawyer and Charlie Gibson, when the second plane appeared on the screen, I started to say what is that plane doing, and it hit the Tower. I was astounded, couldn't believe my eyes for a minute.

  5. I was at home getting ready for work. I was watching the Fox News when sipping my coffee I thought the channel changed to a movie when I saw the second plane fly into the second twin tower. I was in awe, confused, and we kept the TV oon 24/7 for days. I have one tape of news from that day, and I wish I would've taken more. It still gives me that feeling inside when I watch it to this day!

  6. I was on the mountain with my wife. She looked at me and said there are no planes in the sky – you know the world could end and we would never know it. She turned on the radio and the first thing we heard was there are f-16 flying up the hudson.

    It took us 6 hours to get to civiliation. 5 to get cell phonde service.

    Now I have 4 nieces and nephews in iraq

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