I think we all remember where we were. I lived in Albany at the time and, being only 2 hours away from NYC, we felt like we might be next. Of course the day was full of mis-information, and unfortunately all too accurate information. I fell asleep that night to the sound of helicopters flying overhead and CNN's constant news coverage. The days and weeks that followed were surreal and sad and scary. Even now, 13 years later, as I visit clients in Brooklyn today, the city has a certain pall laid over it.
Everyone's a little kinder today, here in the city. Hopefully everyone's a liittle kinder where you are today as well.