'I hear you ...' | Editor's Note
Last updated 9/11/2020 at 11:34am
Wet hair, pregnant sister, aunt with cancer. Call my people, and get to work.
That fragmented thinking was my head, on Sept.11,2001. I was editor for the Mill Creek Enterprise, and the day the Twin Towers came down on 9-11, I recall getting ready for work, not yet aware of what was to come.
Hair still wet from a shower, my soon-to-be husband had the radio-clock on. He told me a plane had hit the Twin Towers, and that authorities suspected terrorism. I left right away, with wet hair, racing to work while calling a pregnant sister and a cancer-ridden aunt, telling them to be careful where the...