As today marks the 12th anniversary of 9/11 we want to take a few minutes to remember the day and honor those who were lost in the Twin Towers, Pennsylvania, and DC. Nearly 3000 men, women, and children were lost on that morning that changed our nation and our lives forever.
The rest of the Girls Run the 901 recall what they were doing that September morning ...
Dawn - I was getting my son, JD, ready for school. My husband, Mark - a City of Memphis Fire Fighter, was at the station. We talked and decided that JD would go ahead and go to school that morning but shortly after I dropped him off I went to pick him up. With Mark at the station - I wanted all my kids with me. We went to Stacey's and spent most of the day together there.
Debi - I was eating cinnamon rolls my Hunny made me for my birthday.
Jennifer - I was in my 6th grade math class.
Dana - I was sitting in my kitchen feeding Connor (18 months) oatmeal and pears while he was sitting in his high chair acting silly. I was watching the Today show.
Janell - I was getting ready to head to my college class watching Good Morning America.
What were you doing when you heard about the Twin Towers?
How will you honor the memory of those lost in 9/11?