On 9/11 I was living in Logan, Utah with my family. I was sitting on the couch with my son watching my daughters ultrasound when the T.V. alerted me and I started recording it over the ultra sound. When I saw I thought about if I knew anyone that was in New York but I didn’t. When I first found out about 9/11 I was getting ready to rewind my daughters ultra sound . At the time I was a medical assistant. My reaction was I started crying and praying for the effected people. I contacted my co-workers. The rest of the day I spent talking about it and telling my sister in law that her son was born on an unforgettable day. 9/11 changed my daily life a little bit because it made me be more appreciative for the place I share my world with. My view of the Muslims did not change because I have not bothered to understand their religion. I don’t believe it had anything to do with there religion, I believe it was an act of violence , greed and anger between nations not religion. I haven’t bothered to see what good came out of the tragedy. I just noticed a lot more security in our airports.