Early #tbt do you remember where you were on that fateful day? I do I was in my second grade class room. I remember my principal making an announcement over the intercom telling all teachers to turn on their TVs and the world just seemed to stop as my class watched the black smoke flowing out of the towers and my teacher crying and not understanding what was going on. We soon learned what happened and I will always remember that in the weeks following that tragedy our country drew close together. My school made care packages and supply kits for the firefighters and officer in New York. And I would just ask you to take a moment from the daily drama of the social media blowing things outta proportion and just close your eyes and thank God that you are alive and happy and health and to thank those who do what they do so that we can call ourselves free! πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ #neverforget

Early #tbt do you remember where you were on that fateful day? I do I was in my second grade class room. I remember my principal making an announcement over the intercom telling all teachers to turn on their TVs and the world just seemed to stop as my class watched the black smoke flowing out of the towers and my teacher crying and not understanding what was going on. We soon learned what happened and I will always remember that in the weeks following that tragedy our country drew close together. My school made care packages and supply kits for the firefighters and officer in New York. And I would just ask you to take a moment from the daily drama of the social media blowing things outta proportion and just close your eyes and thank God that you are alive and happy and health and to thank those who do what they do so that we can call ourselves free! πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ #neverforget