On this day, we remember…

It’s crazy to think that it’s already 8 years after the 9/11/2001 attack that changed our lives forever. Seems like only yesterday when it all went down. I guess it’s just one of those moments in history that will always live with you and you’ll always remember what you were doing the exact moment it happened. For me, I remember waking up in the morning and going to school and hearing about it on the radio. I didn’t even know what was going on at the time and just kinda thought they were doing construction on the towers or something. The radio wasn’t on super loud and it was just in the background but something just didn’t seem right about it. I remember showing up for my automotive class and everyone was kinda weirded out and we all just sat in front of the television and watched it all go down. I remember seeing the footage of the 2nd plane hitting the towers and was shocked by the chaos that was occurring. They ended up cancelling classes the rest of the day and I just sat at home the rest of the day to see what was happening. Such a surreal sight to see and definitley something I will never forget. Just to see people jumping out of the building, the carnage, and people running down the street with smoke and flames in the background…..unbelievable. Times were definitely different then and today you can still see how much the world has changed since that infamous day. I can’t even imagine how it must be for the people who were directly involved and had family members lost because of this tragic event. Today we remember…..so let’s take a moment to honor those who were lost that day and the courageous individuals who put their lives on the line every single day to make sure we have freedom to live our lives without fear. 9/11/01 we will never forget.

We are all amazing individuals in our own right and we are given the opportunity to live a life of freedom and the ability to think for ourselves. Please don’t take it for granted and live your life to the fullest.

“There is no value in life except what you choose to place upon it and no happiness in any place except what you bring to it yourself.” -Henry David Thoreau

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  1. dood, I was doing the same exact thing when it happend, I was in my car having breakfast, when all of the radio station were broadcasting the same news…then I went to my auto class, and as soon as I walked thru the door the second plane hits….Shits fucked up mang..

  2. Very well written Sticky…..Man I will never ever forget that day specially since I live in NY and not so far from Manhattan that day was like watching a movie on tv it was unbielevable, I remember stepping outside that night and no one was out man it was like going out into a western ghost town the only thing you would hear and see were helicopters and fighter jets flying around, my old job which the office wasnt so far from The World Trade Center was like a total dessert I remember going back to work a week later and it was dust dirt clothes shoes all over the place it really made me cry just seeing all of that and knowing that so many people lost their lives that day.

    As Sticky said live your life to the fullest everyday for you never know when it will be taken away.
    God Bless everyone.

    BTW….Sticky, I love The Chronicles I <3

  3. Definitely a defining moment of our generation, we’ll never forget.

  4. New York, I’m so sorry I am very sad for what happened to America lived and God bless New York and America people are idiots and hate something that does not kill you Icoak

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