The way the Tower fell was so scary Look, it didn’t just break off, it crashed down as if it was a domino effect, floor by floor. There were people in that building. Take a moment out of your day and reblog this for the people who saved lives that day and for the poor souls who didn’t make it.
Today we remember those who lost their lives on this somber day so many years ago. Where were you when the world stopped turning? I remember I was in the first grade and my friends mom picked us up because my mom was out of town and my dad was at work. We didn’t have a clue why our parents were watching the television so intently and crying in hysterics. We didn’t understand. Looking back, I could not be more proud to live in a country where we support each other and protect our neighbors. So many men and women risked their lives to try and help save those who were trapped in the rubble of the Twin Towers, the Pentagon, and even the field in PA. My heart goes out to all of those who lost loved ones and still fear the emotional pain of this day. I especially send my prayers to those I personally knew that we’re unfortunately killed on that fateful day. We remember you all and pray for a better future. We’re America Strong and we can make it through anything. God Bless 🇺🇸