Kim Kardashian Never Forget 9/11 September 11

We all remember where we were when we heard the news. I was in bed and my dad called me and told me I didn’t have to come into work and told me what happened. He then called a family meeting at my mom’s house.

I didn’t know anyone directly involved but it seemed so close to home.

Today let’s all take a moment to reflect on this terrible tragedy and remember those who lost their lives.


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  1. Nikki Smith  |   Posted on Sep 11th, 2012

    Thanks for the reflection Kimmy!! I remember I was on my way to the State Department in DC to roll out a benefits meeting, I had just left a dental appointment and was headed into DC when I heard the news. I immediately turned around and headed back into Maryland and picked up my 18 month old from day care and went home. I still remember hearing the fighter jets all through the night leaving out of Andrews Airforce Base, and with every boom the major anxiety that we felt. What a sad, sad day, we had employees stationed at the Pentagon and some at the State Department, it was a tense time for us, but thank God all of our employees were safe, but many were not that fortunate. God Bless their souls and their loved ones.

  2. carly x  |   Posted on Sep 11th, 2012

    R.I.P to all of them! so sad x

  3. babydoll7  |   Posted on Sep 11th, 2012

    My thoughts and prayers are out there to all those affected.

  4. anacristina-xo  |   Posted on Sep 11th, 2012

    so sad, never forget, always remember those who passed away during this tragic day. rip xo

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  6. Prince Jarvis  |   Posted on Sep 11th, 2012

    I will never forget that tragic day. My thoughts and prayers go out to all those we lost and their families affected by this unthinkable tragedy.

  7. ♥Farzeen♥  |   Posted on Sep 11th, 2012

    this is really very sad. may they rest in peace and never be forgotten. my thoughts and prayers go out to families and loved ones who lost someone on this tragic day.

  8. ivyleague  |   Posted on Sep 11th, 2012

    Thanks for the reflection Kim. I sat in my office along with three other coworkers and watche the plane approach and then hit the Pentagon! I will NEVER forget it as long as I live. That plane was full of DC children who had never flown before and were on a trip with National Geographic. It was so close I felt as if I could have waved at them. Please remember them all and pray for the familes and friends who are left. Have a blessed day all.

  9. lolz  |   Posted on Sep 14th, 2012

    i was born at the same day not the year , 11/9 , it was life changing event , Xo

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