Note from WhereWereYouOn911.com:
It is unfortunate that the events of 9/11 often times bring out anger and hatred, often initiated and amplified by our lack of exposure to other cultures. In light of the post below we have to add that the feelings are solely an expression of the writer’s view, and in no way represent the views of WhereWereYouOn911.com staff.
I was living in Logan, Utah at the time of this horrible attack. I sat on the couch and turned on the TV and saw what had been done. I was absolutely shocked. I didn’t know anyone who died but I felt so shocked and I couldn’t even believe my eyes! I had my little baby girl in her crib sleeping while I glued to the TV. I spent all day watching the news.
This was a horrible day! My husband and I didn’t do much that day even though it was our anniversary. We were going to go to Maddox and eat, we were both departing whether we should go or night. We decided to go. When we were going, there was hardly anyone on the road. When we were there. There was hardly anyone there because they were all at home watching the news to see what would come next.
After this tragedy, We were all on the look out for Muslims. After this, security tightened up so much. When ever I saw a Muslim I wondered if they were a terrorist. Whenever I went on a plane I took extra precautions and was looking for them. Whenever my family went on vacations, we had to make our bottles of liquid smaller. our country finally came together and did something about it. Our country became stronger and we didn’t let the terrorist accomplish their goal.