I have finished my morning routine as usual, then I got work 7:00AM. It was a normal morning until I heard the news from Sanny, a cleaner at office. At first, I couldn’t believe what happened, so I rushed to PC then I looked for the information but they didin’t have any at the moment because it just happened an hour ago.
In the morning I work at a stock photo agency (mainly about celebrities), and with movie magazine in the afternoon. I can’t believe, even though that terrible thing had just happened, I have to work as usual. We have many clients in NY, of course we can’t contact each other, and I knew that everyone got shocked badly so I felt terrible when I had to start to talk about work. “Why am I looking for some photos of celebrities today?” for no reason, tears running down my cheeks.
We can imagine easily, suddenly about 7000 people were taken from our ordinary daily life. We won’t find a word to express the sadness of NY -some people related to some victims somewhere for sure. Three airplanes out of four airplanes were supposed to go to LA, so I know some of my acquaintance lost their family and heard their despair. It was a day which our way of thinking had changed, what the safe is and what the dangerous is, what we think it’s precious.
The government, media, citizen, they all got huge shock but quickly started to move. The news casters had been reporting anxiously the information which is renewed every single minute, and there were flags say “FREEDOM FOREVER” or “GOD BLESS AMERICA” at the crossroads. When it got dark, peaple who brought candles gathered to down town. So many people put American flags on the entrance of their houses,and balconies. Even on the cars. People went on volunteer and blood transfusion.
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