Never Forget. 9/11/01 Earlier this morning I was laying in bed and remembered what today was, and I kind of went back and reflected on where I was, what I felt, what I thought about that day. I thought it would be interesting to share, and read what everyone else was doing when it all went down, and what you felt and what you thought. I was at home getting ready for work. At the time I worked for Airborne Express (now DHL) in Columbus. I was listening to Howard Stern actually when the first plane hit, and I remember looking out the window and thinking, wtf? It was a perfect, and I mean a perfect morning. It was in the low 70's and not a cloud in the sky. But I kinda went on about my business not really knowing what to make of it, until the 2nd plane hit. My stomach just dropped. At that point it was obvious what was going on. I still worked that day (assholes!) although every other business on my route was closed. So I sat in my delivery van all day listening to the news which was on every channel I think. I remember being really confused by all of the conflicting reports through out the day. It really seemed like no one knew exactly what was going on and rumors/reports were just going all over the place. I remember going home and just sitting in front of the tv for about 4 hours that night in dis belief at the scene at ground zero. The image of the pile of rubble sitting there, with spot lights glowing in the dark is maybe the most erie image I've ever seen in my life. I'll never forget that day as long as I live.