Four years ago I wrote about where I was on 9/11. I can’t believe it has been 20 years already. The main thing I remember from the day was the stress and worry about my wife being in DC. I knew there were rumors of other planes possibly targeting DC. I knew my wife was not in a building that would be targeted, but I was still extremely worried. I was also worried about other attacks outside of the planes. That then transitioned to stress about how she would get home. She had taken the train down and that was not an option home. Eventually, she got a ride out of town with a coworker and I was able to meet them to get her home. Fortunately, my kid’s babysitter was a friend who kept them until I was able to get her home.
The link has more mundane details of my day that day.
Today is the anniversary of a terrible day in American history. It is a day that no one will ever and should never forget. Lives were lost. Lives and families were changed forever. Here is my memory from that day. It was a day that I would have normally been at the public library, but…
— Read on theycallmetater.com/2017/09/11/remembering-911/