September 11th – Where Were You? #Giveaway #CAN And #US

There are certain times in our life, that we will never forget. One of those times is September 11th. I’m sure that each and every one of you can remember where you were and what you were doing. I most definitely do. In fact, it’s as clear as if it happened yesterday.

It was early morning and my children had just gotten up. My husband was sleeping because he had returned home just hours earlier from Vegas. Suddenly, my oldest daughter ran down from her room, shouting that a plane had hit a building. Of course, at this time, we thought it was some kind of accident. I rushed to turn on the tv. Exactly at that moment, I saw the second tower struck. To say I was dumbfounded is an understatement.

I’m not sure how long my oldest and I stared at the tv before I became aware of my surroundings again. The entire day became a blur of screams, 1st responders, smoke, chaos and disbelief. This September 8th, a film is being released that stars Charlie Sheen and Whoopi Goldberg. The film 9/11 is based on a true story and chronicles the lives of five average, everyday people who find themselves trapped in an elevator during the events of September 11th in the World Trade Centre.

September 11th



Take a moment to read some of the stats you’ll find below in the 9/11 app. Then let me know where you were on that terrible day.


To mark both the memories and the film, I am giving away an official movie poster signed by Charlie Sheen, along with a gift pack. This giveaway is open to both Canadian and US residents.


  1. wendy Hutton says:

    We were getting ready to leave on vacation and i turned on the tv and though it was a movie tell i seen the newsman 9/11 and i remember being shocked

  2. I was at work, and I remember my boss initially telling us that a cargo plane had his the World Trade Centre….then things unfolded, and heard what was really was happening. So sad.

  3. Sab Edwards says:

    I was working the night shift and had already gotten home and was getting my son ready for kindergarten…we both watched the tv and saw the towers fall …. Changed life as we knew it eh?

  4. I was at work and quite quickly after it happened, everyone streamed what was going on in New York.

  5. Juliee Fitze says:

    I was at home recovering my couch when my Aunt phoned to tell me to turn on the tv.

  6. Deanna Barkley says:

    I was at home baby sitting when we spotted it on the news. My first thoughts were there is going to be a war.

  7. I was driving to work as the 2 planes hit. Told all my coworkers who had no idea and we basically watched TV all day at work.

  8. Doris Calvert says:

    I was at the cottage watching the news

  9. I was at work, and they were playing the news in the auditorium, people gathered in shock.

  10. I was at home watching the morning news

  11. Audrey Skinner says:

    I was at work and I can remember my secretary calling me out to her computer and she showed me the footage. I felt stunned and sickened.

  12. school

  13. Someone mentioned to me” have you heard what happen to the World Trade Centre”?
    Having said no, I immediately turned on the TV for the horrifying news.

  14. Steve Bobula says:

    My ex woke me up because I was suffering a migraine the whole night and took the day off to tell me the 1st tower in NY was hit by a plane…then turned on the TV in the bedroom and watched the rest unfold RIP

  15. Robyn Bellefleur says:

    I was on the bus on my way to work, upon arriving I was told of what had happened.

  16. I was at home making lunch for my children.

  17. lori butler says:

    I was at home getting ready to head to a very important meeting when the news on tv caught my eye. I ended up being very late for the meeting.

  18. I was at home watching it with my parents, & remember how scary it was knowing how many ppl were in that building.

  19. I was traveling to another city when I heard the shocking news on radio

  20. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    I actually remember the exact day this happened. I was in high school getting ready for class pictures. In the gymnasium, it was as if time stopped and everyone watched the devastating tragedy on TV.

  21. Pearl Saban says:

    I has just gotten to work and was waiting for the elevator. A workmate joined me and said she’d hard on the radio that a plane had flown into one of the Twin Towers. Thought it was a horrible flight accident. Got to my floor and radios were playing and people gathered and in disbelief as worse news followed. We were told to go home a few hrs later as nobody could work…
    It was also my mother in law’s birthday….

  22. I was at work that day, but driving home I will never forget how eerie and spooky it was there was no one outside and no cars on the road, so for the 25 min. drive home felt like it was taking forever and I couldn’t wait to get home, such a sad day!

  23. I was at home watching Good Morning America when they reported that a plane had flown into a building. At first I thought it by mistake, an error on the pilot’s part. It didn’t take too long to figure out this was something much larger and more horrific than any of us could have imagined.

  24. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    I was at home

  25. wendy Hutton says:

    Watching this unfold on the news was horrible,it certainly changed the lives of many !