On September 11, 2001, I lived in California. My husband worked for Pixar and he had woken up early to go to work. At about 5:45, I got a call from my husband telling me that a plane had flew in to the World Trade Center. I was very stunned and scared. I immediately turned on the television. My husband came home from work early. We stayed close to the radio and the television all day so that we could keep informed. Later that day, I bought a washer and a dryer. As I was filling out the papers for the washer and dryer, I asked the clerk what the date was. She responded “September 11, 2001, I bet you won’t ever forget the day you bought this washer and dryer.” September 11th didn’t change my daily life, but it did change our country, we became a more united nation that day. I do not blame all Muslims for that sad day, because it wasn’t the whole Muslim religion, just a small group that broke off from the main group.