I live 30 miles away in an elevated position (NJ near a reservation). I drove up with my dad to see all the black some in the sky out of the distant NY skyline. Also, US army fighter jets were flying over my house and honestly it was awesome.
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Ironicaly, I woke up late that which ment I was late as fuck for school. I was in tenth grade and school started at 7:35am. I got to school at about 12:30 and they had the tv on in class showing the planes hit the towers. I didn't understand what was going on.
I don't know. I was still two weeks away from my 7th birthday so most likely sitting in a 2nd grade class. My brother however remembers us watching the news after school. My earliest memory of 9/11 was the one year anniversary mural painting that my uncle did at my school when I was in 3rd grade back in 02.
I went to a Catholic High School in DC. We just concluded the start of the year Mass service.
We literally went from "The mass has ended, go now to love and serve the Lord" to an announcement by the School President that our nation was under attack and The Pentagon had been hit. Needless to say, we were starting to panic. I went to my next class and of course we had the TV on watching everything unfold. It was surreal.
I'd just finished watching Raw on TV, and was making my way to bed (Raw would air on a Tuesday night back then). Saw the late news bulleting say a plane hit the WTC and didn't really take much notice, since it was 11pm and all. Went to bed, and saw the news coverage that morning when I was getting ready for school.