Remembering the Tragedy of 9-11

From the high of a University Michigan victory of the U of M football team over Notre Dame last night to the sadness of today, remembering the victims and tragedy of 9-11.

Remembering 9-11 Tragedy

When John Kennedy was shot I was in Choir Practice, in 5th grade at St. Thomas More in Paducah, Ky. when we immediately went to the alter and prayed for our President. I went home to find my mother crying, I will never forget that day.

On Sept. 11, 2001, I was in a business meeting at RE/MAX Community Associates when my Broker kept getting calls from his son in Washington, D.C. Another co-worker kept getting calls from his son who worked in the Pentagon. Neither answered right away. Finally my co-worker got up and left the meeting and he returned with a radio. He said nothing.

Putting the radio down on the table, we listened.

One by one we got up and left in silence.

By the time I got to my home in Saline, a few minutes later, the 2nd tower was hit by the second plane.

Never the same after the tragedy of 9-11

The world or at least our world changed on 9-11.  Today I remember all the victims who lost their lives, their families and their loved ones on 9-11.

I will always remember the tragedy of 9-11, and the day President Kennedy was shot.

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2 thoughts on “Remembering the Tragedy of 9-11

  1. Hi Missy,
    This is indeed the saddest story.I remember 9 -11 and where I was when that happened.I still can’t believe this event happened to us.Anyway,thank for sharing this blog,Thank you for this article.Best of luck to you the best Ann arbor short sale agent.

    Jennifer Manchester
    Suburban Properties of Charlotte, LLC.
    Charlotte Short Sale Agents

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