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Monday, September 11, 2006



We were living in Dublin,Ohio.It was the first day of a short lived job at a moms morning out at a Baptist church about 5 miles from our house.A husband of the one of the workers received a phone call to tell us about a plane hitting the World Trade Center.We prayed right then not knowing what lied ahead for the rest of the day.It was a very tense day for all at the church.

After the work day was over -around 1:30 I think, I went home and watched the news.I got tired of that and went shopping at Target.After that I walked to the school to get Allison and Gregory .It was a shock to get there and see the flag at half mast-by then the shock really hit of the days events.The walk home was filled of the days events and asking how they found out about what had happenned in the US.

My sister friend lost her husband on that day-Flight 175.Here is a link-


I was sitting in a Bible Study at Liberty Baptist Church, taught by Vicki Stuart. One of the ladies received a phone call from her husband telling her a plane had crashed into one of the twin towers in New York City. She shared, we prayed, then started our class. Then another call came informing us of the other plane crash. Class came to a close, and we all headed home to watch the horror unfold through the various television reportings. Lots of tears were shed and many prayers were whispered as we watched the events take place during and after the attacks.

Jessica Harvey

Thank you for sharing! It has been amazing reading through everyone's blogs this evening and how we all have our own 9/11 story. I think I have felt a rainbow of emotions today. However I'm left with the realization that I am completely blessed to live in the United States of America, and that our leaders and our nation needs our prayers and God's grace more than ever.

If you'd like to read my story you may do so here:


We were living in the trailer beside of our church at the time of the attacks. My aunt was the one who called us that morning to inform us of what was going on. It was a scary time, but I think that it also made people more proud to be Americans

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