Jonas Brothers Remember September 11

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Where were YOU when 9/11 happened?

  • Lorena

    I was at lunch too, and then I got picked up my mom. I saw her crying, but didn’t ask anything, cause I was too scared. And then we went straight to James house, everybody was crying. I’ve never seen my dad cry so much like that day, cause they were very good friends. It was so freaking sad, cause he left a message before going to work, he was telling his wife how beautiful she looked when she was asleep :'(.

  • ana111

    I was at lunch, 2nd grade. I just remember EVERYONE leaving school early and I didn’t understand why, until I left school early and I saw the news. uhh, it feels like yesterday.

  • Anonymoussw

    <3

  • sad

    i was in school!

  • -

    I’m pretty sure I was coming home from an eye appointment at the hospital…

  • Anonymous12345

    i was in 7th grade, in school….
    i think it was very thoughtful of kevin to leave a message, they lived in new jersey so i am sure they were closely affected.

  • oliviaaaaa

    i was in school :(

  • kklala

    I was in the forth grade and I didn’t understand what was going on. I knew something had happened but didn’t know exactly what.

  • BRITT

    I was in school !!!!!!!!!!
    good bless USA

  • MickeyMousesDaughter

    We came home from school (I live in the UK) and my mum was watching it on telly. we were too young to understand really but i remember seeing that lady covered in all that dust

  • letsfaceit

    Awww I love JB. :)

    its moments like these that make me realize Nick can do SO MUCH BETTER than Miley yet refuses to do so much better than Miley… sigh.

  • Lorena

    No, I wasn’t there. But my dad’s good friend died. He was an awesome guy with a big heart.

    RIP James, God bless his family & America.

  • higj

    I was in school

  • Anonymous

    i was in 2nd grade.
    a lot of kids were going home early and i didnt know why.
    i live in NJ so i was scared after i heard what was going on…

  • BRITT

    Oppps I Mean ..)
    i was in school ..)
    god bless USA

  • MickeyMousesDaughter

    Why make this about Niley?????

  • jonas is love :)

    so sad. i was pretty young, so i don’t remember, but I’ve been told what happened and im watching videos of the WTC collapsing and its just SO sad. RIP to all who passed away<3

  • Jonas88

    DID OCEAN UP POST THIS ALREADY??????? http://www.heatworld.com/Article/10701/Watch+the+Jonas+Brothers+answer+YOUR+questions!

    THEY SHOULD ;)

    9/11 IS SO SAD EVERYONE THOUGHT IN THE UK SOMETHING WAS GOING TO HAPPEN BECAUSE 911 IS AMERICA’S EMERGENCY SERVICES NUMBER THE UK’S IS 999 SO THERE WERE POLICE EVERYWHERE ON 9TH SEPTEMBER 09 :(:(

  • ily

    As sad as the day was, it brought the American people together as a whole. We all helped each other when we needed it the most.

    God Bless America <3

  • ily

    Please ignore whoever said that. Life is more important than that.

  • MickeyMousesDaughter

    Jonas88: that interview is shit! as is Heat so why do you keep going on about it.

  • Dumm Blonnd

    Awww I love JB. :)

    its moments like these that make me realize Nick can do SO MUCH BETTER than Miley yet refuses to do so much better than Miley… sigh.

    ___

    Why must you bring Miley in this and trash her? -_-

  • Jonas88

    i just thought some people might want to see it

  • Anonymousgyuf

    i was in first grade when it happen i didnt know what it was at the time… :(

  • Jonas>Miley

    i was in school when it happened.
    i was in 2nd grade and had no idea what happened until i got home like any other day and my mom tolled me what happened while they showed the twin towers on the TV.

  • xharmony

    i was in math class. i was pretty young, so i remember everyone getting picked up early by their parents and just being SO jealous. until i found out what was happening.

    my prayers go out to the families who have to deal with this day in a more personal way.

  • MickeyMousesDaughter

    Can someone explain how old you are in each grade? they arent the same in the UK! thanks

  • NewYorker37

    I remember it was 2nd grade and I actally see the smoke from the window of my elementary school. My teacher called all our parents. Then, my mom came in running to go get me and she told me a plane crashed into the twin towers and we were both crying and praying that my dad was alright since he works in the World Trade Center.

  • Melissa=)

    i was in school. we got to go home early. my mom wasnt home so she rushed back to get me to make sure nothing happened cuz i live in new york.
    my prays go out to anyone who lost their family member.

  • Fuck it

    I was in the 7th grade when the attack happen
    alot people died during the attack
    it was very sad

    GOD BLESS THE U.S.A : )

  • Jonas88

    5th grade is like yr 5 i think

  • Kourtney

    I was in 6th grade, and we were in P.E. at the time, and we got called back to our class and our teacher explained a little bit about what was going on, and told us about the buildings that had been hit, and then she turned on the tv and we watched it for the rest of the day. I remember not really fully understanding it, I was only about 12, I just didn’t understand how big of a deal it was that that happened.

    Weeks following we went into panic mode thinking we (tallahassee florida) was going to be bombed or gassed because Jeb Bush our governor was President Bushes brother.

  • umm..

    I was in school very scared.

  • kelseybarker

    ughh so sad :(
    I remember that whole entire day exactly how it happened…
    I remember I was in 2nd grade
    and my teacher told us to take out a sheet of paper and a pencil, because we had to take a spelling test.
    As crazy as it my sound the first word was actually airplane and I think it was the 4th word was fire.
    and then right after the teacher said like the 5th word another teacher came in the room crying and screaming that somebody had hit the twin towers…
    it was awfull, but none of us knew what was going on and throughout the day all the students where being picked up from school like me…
    and it’s really awfull because I remember whining that day because nothing was on tv except for news and stuff like that. Now that I undestand what happened I feel awfull for complaining that day even though I was like 8.

  • SlippinIntoTheLava x3

    5th grade is like yr 5 i think

    ———————–

    Nooo, i think 5th graders are older than yr 5’s :/

  • Jonas88

    Nooo, i think 5th graders are older than yr 5’s :/
    ~~~~~~~~~
    lol idk haha :)
    are they older then?

  • Katie90

    WTF what kind of idiot are you and dont you go to school? you dont know what 5th grade is? 5th grade is 5th grade, you’re like 10-11 years old then, atleast where I’m from. when you’re five you’re in kindergarten.
    What number the grade is has nothing to do with the age. You start first grade at like 6 and go to 12th grade where you are 18.

  • Ashley :) <3

    uhmm heres the age USUALLY (like if you do not need to repeat a grade)
    Grade 1- 6
    Grade 2- 7
    Grade 3- 8
    Grade 4- 9
    GRADE 5- 10

    yahh thats basically the age. :) i hope that helped

  • person of pie

    Denni said:
    I was in the first grade and I remember that when I got to school kids were being taken out. My dad didn’t want me to be the only one at school, so he took me home. I turned on the TV and saw everything. Honestly, I didn’t give a shit at 6 years old, no 6 year old should. My parents or family didn’t care whatsoever. I pretty much think crying & whining about 9/11 is not gonna make it unhappen. It’s unfortunate that innocent people died, but that’s what happens every single day. I feel so embarrassed to be an American citizen on 9/11. We look like whiny bitches. But that’s just me. Probably because I knew no one that died, live in California, and none of my family is white.

    __________________

    wow, i am in shock at this comment.
    i think you have truly missed the point of everything. this was a very serious and tragic event that occurred in american history. and for people to be spending the day remembering and honoring all those who lost their lives for NO REASON does not make us as a nation whiney. bringing race into this is unbelievable as well. we lost all types of people in the attacks, not just white. we lost white, black, arabic, asian, latin, etc. this is not an issue of race.
    i will pray for you, and that you someday find a deeper meaning to life. i am sad that you and your family could react so coldy to a terrible situation.
    please take a step back, and think about you parents, grandparents, siblings, friends, cousins, aunts or uncles. imagine one of them leaving for work or going on a flight, and never seeing them again because someone decided that they were going to commit one of the greatest act of evil on a community. your opinion would change greatly.
    think about what you say and how it affects other people. this is not a time to be selfish, life is not about being selfish. life is about love, and spreading positive love on others, its about being caring and compassionate.
    you statement was so rude and inconsiderate. you should be thinking about all the innocent lives lost. have some respect. and stand up for your country.
    i am proud to be a citizen of the United States of America. God Bless!
    —————————–

    to the second comment: I LIKE YOUR ATTITUDE!

    to the first comment: I have to admit on 9/11 America had it’s head in the sand. Bush was trying to cower away instead of fight. But that doesn’t mean you have to be embarrassed to be an American citizen! You should be proud as fuck to be born in the most powerful country in the world!

    On 9/12 America held together. We united as a country, as a PEOPLE and realized what our country meant to us! United we are and united we shall stand! Be loyal to your country! Either that or get the fuck out! GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Mariapersson

    I was on my way home from school when it happend, because i live in sweden it was in the afternoon here. I was in 4th grade. I remember it was really hot here so i was sitting outside and watching the news on the tv that mom had put out so i could watch it. Even though i dont know anyone that die there, the family’s that lost someone is always gonna be in my heart and this day will always be remembered :)

  • ashleyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

    thats sweet

    i was in 3rd grade at school and i remember my teacher just rushing in the room and was like dont worry everythings gonna be okay

  • reallly

    i was in first grade ahah, we were watching the news on tv just finding channels and we saw it. then i went home early

  • JesziV.

    i still lived in new york. 5th grade? i was in class, and everyone was freaking out, and i remember being scared as hell because they didn’t know where the terrorists were going to hit next. damn..

  • My Thoughts

    I didn’t affect me the same way it affected people that live in or near New York. I lived in Florida then, and I was in 3rd grade. I remember the TV turning on, my teacher confused went to turn it off, but gasp and started crying when she realized what happened. I remember watching the first tower burning, and I remember hearing the morning talk show host’s voice crying out when the second plane and hit the south tower. I’m sad to say at that age I didn’t care, but I was 8, I didn’t even know where New York was.

    Now it’s the complete opposite. I cry when I watch videos about it, I wear red white and blue, and I wish more kids payed their respects to the families that lost loved ones. God bless everyone who lost somebody that day, my heart goes out with you. Rest in peace all that passed away. You’ll never be forgotten, and you’ll always be loved.
    <3 =(

    (Great, I’m about to cry.)

  • jennnnna

    I live in NY, not in the city, but it was still terrifying.
    I remember being in school when it happened, I think like 2nd grade or something, and I had no idea what was going on. The teachers wouldn’t tell us anything, just saying things like, “just be calm.”
    I found out what happened when I got home, and even though I was so young and didn’t really understand it fully, I was still extremely scared.

  • Joes_my_baby

    Very very sweet of them. Hard to believe it’s 8 years. so so sad.

    Joe’s message made me cry, especially when his voice cracked talking about their family friend.

    God bless all those lost and their loved ones and all the peace lovers in the world.

  • Stephanie A

    first ever day in school . kindergarten.

  • Anonymous

    i was in 2nd grade which is like age 7

    i remember i was in school and everyone was getting picked up, i was jealous of them cause i just wanted to leave school too but i didnt know why.

  • Jonas88
  • Sweetest Song

    I go to school directly across the river from ground zero and there was NO recognition of the day whatsoever. One kid even asked in class what the date was.

    I can’t be the only one who lost someone that day. It was the most intense day of my life and I don’t think I’ll be able to forget a second of it. RIP every single innocent life that was taken away that day. My thoughts and prayers are with their families. And John, I still miss you

  • Francesca

    i was in school when it happened.
    i came home and my parents were watching TV and i remember seeing on the news lots of smoke and fire :S
    my mom told me to get out because i was i bit young to be watching that stuff.

  • Anonymous111

    To answer the US ages/grades question… In first grade, the average age is around 6 (some may be 5 or 7 depending on starting age). So each grade after that add a year. Like 2nd grade is around 7 years of age and so on all the way up through to 12th.

  • Jonas88
  • BM

    I’m from England but and I had JUST literally flown to my old house in Florida from visiting DC…I’d been in the pentagon the day before.

    So sad. R.I.P.

  • jerseygirl

    I grew up in a town right across the river from Manhattan, with such a clear view of lower Manhattan. I’ll never forget seeing the smoke smoldering for days. And then, when it finally cleared, that huge hole in the skyline where the Towers once stood. So many people from NJ took the commuter rail from my town to get into the city; and so many cars were left in the parking lot at the end of the day – people who never made it home. :(

    It was very sweet of Joe and Kevin to send out those messages.

    God Bless America.

  • Anonymous

    The Boys are amazing!

    :)

  • shan xo

    It happened at 3pm in the uk
    i remember it i came home from school i was quite young and i thought the twin towers were in england aw haha
    im so sad for families xx

  • Jonas88

    me to

  • MuppetsRCool

    I was in downtown NYC, 3 blocks away in my apt. when it happened. Went outside when I heard the 1st plane..& saw the 2nd plane hit w.my own eyes. Saw people jumping off the towers in an effort to save themselves. We all walked uptown while shrapnel & ash covered us & the NYU Downtown Hospital gave out surgical masks for us to cover our faces. People crossed the Bklyn. Bridge by foot in an effort to escape the city. Lost 2 friends who were in the Towers & had nightmares for months. Definitely will NEVER forget 09.11.01.

    The boys, being from Jersey, prob. hold this close to their hearts as well.

  • sexxybeast

    i was in the 2st grade and my teacher was crying and had to leave
    then my mom drove up to new york asap(her dad was there)
    so i had to go over my cousins after school and it was all over the news, my cousin tried to explain to my what was going on about i was like “huh?” haha
    thank the gracious loving lord that i was lucky enough not to be personally affected by it, but i am praying for the ones who were=]

  • AshleyXD

    Awwww… dude i was only in first grade (i was 6 years old) when this happened so you know my memory is kinda fogged.

  • Nuckingfuts.

    I honestly didn’t have a clear memory of what happened and I don’t think I was at all fully aware of what was going on that day. I was in the third grade, so it’s understandable that I don’t remember much since I was young, but I wish I did. I think my school just sent out notices at the end of the day. I’m not sure if we watched it on the news during school, probably not. But … that was one sad day.

  • Dumm Blonnd

    I don’t remember it very well, I was 6. It was one of the first weeks in kindergarten. What a way to start out school… :|

  • beccaaaa<3jonas

    i was in first grade. i had no idea what was going on and everyone was going home early. then after lunch my mom picked me up. i still pretty much didnt really get it. and i wanted to go outside and play but my mom wouldnt let me

  • stellagirl1993

    I Was At School..I Think..

  • Jonas88
  • Ms.aNonymous

    There are no words that speak the truth to the pain of those who lost loved ones on September 11, 2001…

    It is important that we do not forget those who went about their day to be lost forever.

    Lost forever to hate and to ideals of hate..

    Let us love one another regardless of circumstance. WE ARE ONE..

    Let us make sure that this never happens again..lets work hard to make evil disappear that it is our lifes endeavor…

    We must end poverty and deceit that bring about a climate of hate..before its too late..

    Let us look around and not judge…terrorists are amongst us but they are homegrown spun….

    Whether ist Timothy McVeigh or those from other countries…we have to contain them

    Keep vigilant of your family and those around you and let no one go without purpose

    Lets rise in a race against hate as a human race…its one race we can’t lose..

    Peace..its a universal dream

  • lovato – jonas

    aww :(
    i remember 9/11. i was in school and tons of people in my class, one by one, were getting called down to the office with their bags to go home. i had no idea what was going on and then i got called down to leave. i was so scared. i was able to see all the smoke from my house. a lot of people i know lost loved ones.
    9/11/01 – always in our prayers, hearts, & thoughts.

  • lovato – jonas

    aww :(
    i remember 9/11. i was in school and tons of people in my class, one by one, were getting called down to the office with their bags to go home. i had no idea what was going on and then i got called down to leave. i was so scared. my dad worked a block away from the twin towers. THANK GOD he made it home safely. i was able to see all the smoke from the deck in my backyard. it was so scary. a lot of people i know lost loved ones.
    9/11/01 – always in our prayers, hearts, & thoughts.

  • Macy Jonas.

    beautiful story<3

  • Lexiiiii

    I was in kindergarten during story time.. until someone came rushing in and then my teacher left, then rushed back in with papers in her hand and while she was all frantic speaking to everyone else we were all clueless and wide eyed on the bright blue mat. i didn’t understand it until my friend was absent for two weeks and when she came back she told me her dad died :(

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous12345 said:

    Denni said:
    I was in the first grade and I remember that when I got to school kids were being taken out. My dad didn’t want me to be the only one at school, so he took me home. I turned on the TV and saw everything. Honestly, I didn’t give a shit at 6 years old, no 6 year old should. My parents or family didn’t care whatsoever. I pretty much think crying & whining about 9/11 is not gonna make it unhappen. It’s unfortunate that innocent people died, but that’s what happens every single day. I feel so embarrassed to be an American citizen on 9/11. We look like whiny bitches. But that’s just me. Probably because I knew no one that died, live in California, and none of my family is white.

    __________________

    wow, i am in shock at this comment.
    i think you have truly missed the point of everything. this was a very serious and tragic event that occurred in american history. and for people to be spending the day remembering and honoring all those who lost their lives for NO REASON does not make us as a nation whiney. bringing race into this is unbelievable as well. we lost all types of people in the attacks, not just white. we lost white, black, arabic, asian, latin, etc. this is not an issue of race.
    i will pray for you, and that you someday find a deeper meaning to life. i am sad that you and your family could react so coldy to a terrible situation.
    please take a step back, and think about you parents, grandparents, siblings, friends, cousins, aunts or uncles. imagine one of them leaving for work or going on a flight, and never seeing them again because someone decided that they were going to commit one of the greatest act of evil on a community. your opinion would change greatly.
    think about what you say and how it affects other people. this is not a time to be selfish, life is not about being selfish. life is about love, and spreading positive love on others, its about being caring and compassionate.
    you statement was so rude and inconsiderate. you should be thinking about all the innocent lives lost. have some respect. and stand up for your country.
    i am proud to be a citizen of the United States of America. God Bless!
    ——————————————–

    To the second commenter: “BRAVO”!

  • PrinceCharming&Cinderella

    I was in 2nd grade and I remember it was around 9:30 when we all found out we were going home early. Even at an early age everyone in the school knew something was wrong. Once my mom got me to go home I remember sitting on the living room floor watching the live coverage & not really understanding it. I live in Philadelphia and the whole city was just upset. To this day I remember it clearly & I dont think i’ll ever forget it. Rest in Peace all the victims that passed on this tragic day 8 years ago. To all the firefighters, cops, and anyone who risked their lives to try to save others in NYC, DC, & PA you are true heros.

  • Anonymous12345

    Denni said:
    I was in the first grade and I remember that when I got to school kids were being taken out. My dad didn’t want me to be the only one at school, so he took me home. I turned on the TV and saw everything. Honestly, I didn’t give a shit at 6 years old, no 6 year old should. My parents or family didn’t care whatsoever. I pretty much think crying & whining about 9/11 is not gonna make it unhappen. It’s unfortunate that innocent people died, but that’s what happens every single day. I feel so embarrassed to be an American citizen on 9/11. We look like whiny bitches. But that’s just me. Probably because I knew no one that died, live in California, and none of my family is white.

    __________________

    wow, i am in shock at this comment.
    i think you have truly missed the point of everything. this was a very serious and tragic event that occurred in american history. and for people to be spending the day remembering and honoring all those who lost their lives for NO REASON does not make us as a nation whiney. bringing race into this is unbelievable as well. we lost all types of people in the attacks, not just white. we lost white, black, arabic, asian, latin, etc. this is not an issue of race.
    i will pray for you, and that you someday find a deeper meaning to life. i am sad that you and your family could react so coldy to a terrible situation.
    please take a step back, and think about you parents, grandparents, siblings, friends, cousins, aunts or uncles. imagine one of them leaving for work or going on a flight, and never seeing them again because someone decided that they were going to commit one of the greatest act of evil on a community. your opinion would change greatly.
    think about what you say and how it affects other people. this is not a time to be selfish, life is not about being selfish. life is about love, and spreading positive love on others, its about being caring and compassionate.
    you statement was so rude and inconsiderate. you should be thinking about all the innocent lives lost. have some respect. and stand up for your country.
    i am proud to be a citizen of the United States of America. God Bless!

  • gah

    I was only 6 yers old and don’t remember the day very well at all.

    I do remember however, seeing a cover of Time magazine that had a picture of a firefighter holding a little baby that was covered in blood.

    My grandma lives in NJ and did some volunteer work at Ground Zero and ended up writing a book about it.

    My uncle lived and worked in New York and he said at his ofice building the cells went down so he used a pay-phone to call his brother (my dad) and he told him that the South tower had fallen.

  • Kaylaa

    I was in school, 6th grade. lol They wouldn’t tell us what happened though, I didn’t find out til my dad picked me up. Because I’m in New York state and they were trying to keep us from not freaking out. It was insane.

  • HarryGinny4ever

    I wa sin second grade and at the time I was living in Pennsylvania(I live in CA now). I don’t remember it too well but I knew something was worng.

    I love those boys :)

  • Ms.aNonymous

    I thought is was unreal..I have had surreal in my life.. This was just unimaginble..The plane and the fire exploding..how can this b..

    I was home sick..and the news blew me awy..I remembr my Mom like frantic and freakin..I just prayed (at the time I believed) that the world wouldnt end..I went outside looking for smoke or something..I don’t know..I remember that I went to a friends house and we hugged..and watched the covrage..

    We have to get this problem fixed..and $ isnt the problem..its ending terror..those who feel like they have no option and those religious zealots of Jihad..I make no offense to Islamists who profess peace..but clean your house of hatred..and we must all clean our religions of hate..I don’t wnt this to turn religious.. but 9/11 came about in the name of Allah..I don’t believe most Islamists believe that some may hijack their religion..yes? Let your countries develop then..let women change and not to raise men that rise up against them..let Abraham look down in peace…

    F*ck i don’t believe, but was taught it for a time..till I got to thinking … no one from the sky is helping so we have to do it!

  • jennyheartsjb

    that was when i first started school i was 4 years old, i was in pre-k and i do remember my grandma picking me up but first my sister got me because she went to the same school and she told me that “grandma is here and we have to go home because the twin towers fell” she was crying and i was like umm whats going on in my head why is everyone crying because i was like 4 years old and just started school so i was like “yay im going home early” and my whole family was crying which i had no idea why and now that i now why everyone was crying it just shocks me o much and its very sad

    my prayers go out to everybody’s family and friends who were killed in that accident and the victims!
    GOD BLESS! :)

  • Denni

    I was in the first grade and I remember that when I got to school kids were being taken out. My dad didn’t want me to be the only one at school, so he took me home. I turned on the TV and saw everything. Honestly, I didn’t give a shit at 6 years old, no 6 year old should. My parents or family didn’t care whatsoever. I pretty much think crying & whining about 9/11 is not gonna make it unhappen. It’s unfortunate that innocent people died, but that’s what happens every single day. I feel so embarrassed to be an American citizen on 9/11. We look like whiny bitches. But that’s just me. Probably because I knew no one that died, live in California, and none of my family is white.

  • any name 12

    Luckly i was at school, or at home (and i don’t remember it well), in Portugal. I like to see this thing between countries. In Portugal, semptember 11 is dedicated to America. Tv is all day talking about This sad thing. America is really the big deal. I love america and this is like something that had happened in my country. Today was a sad day to me, like all september 11 was. All my prays go to the families who lost people that they loved.
    Be strong

  • Bre

    I was at school we headed into English and the tvs were on and we asked the teacher what was going on and she told us and then we found out our school was on lockdown and a lot of parents came and got their kids. And that was really sweet of JB! Prayers and hugs to those who lost people in 9/11!

  • Anonymouss

    im pretty sure i was in school. the teachers were all freaking out and wispering with eachother. none of us really knew what was going on. i mean we heard that planes had crashed into the twin towers but we didnt REALLY get it. atleast most of us. im pretty sure kids were being sent home if their parents wanted them too. i came home at the regular time. i still didnt understand till awhile later…so sad.

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  • Anonymously Steph

    I was in school… I live very close to New York City too. I was in the 3rd grade. My grandma pulled my twin brother and I out of school because neither of our parents could get out of work at that time. My grandma refused to let us see the TV and see what was happening… But when I went to go get water, I saw the black smoke pouring out of the buildings. I was so scared.
    Later, I found out that my uncle was in one of the smaller buildings, World Trade Center 7, that the towers took down with them. However, he had actually seen the first plane hit the first tower, so he ran all the way home to Queens, yelling at people to get out of there on his way. I’m always grateful that he’s alive.
    I may have only been 8 years old, but this day has been forever burned in my memory. I love that the Jonas Brothers are talking about it and remembering publicly, because it seems like people are already forgetting why today is so important.
    I’ve been praying all day for those families who lost people.

  • Anonymousie

    I hardly remember at all.

    I was too young. 8 years ago means i was 7 years old. I live in New York, but just outside of the city.

    I just remember people kept on leaving class. People kept on getting picked up by their parrents for no apparent reason. And when i got home my parrents told me why. And at seven years old i wasn’t too traumitized. But it’s even worse now, knowing that i wasn’t.

    We will always remember the poor souls that died that day.
    Our hearts are with them.

  • Dora

    I remember the whole thing…i was in my 3rd period social studies class in middle school with my friends mom who was my teacher….the intercom tells us to turn on the tv and we were told wat happened.

  • person of pie

    I was in kindergarten. I really don’t remember anything that day. The teachers didn’t tell us anything when it happened. I remember my mom crying when i came home. My brothers were crying too but that was mostly because they didnt know why she was crying.

    Then i remember in first grade, the first day of school was september 11th. the whole school wore red white and blue.

    There’s this lady that lives in my town and she makes all these statues and puts them outside of her house. She has one of a girl crying and her boyfriend has his arms around her and it says “September 11, 2001. We will never forget”

  • Ms.aNonymous

    To everyone who was affected..my heart pours out love for you..I am sorry..

    May your loved ones serve a greater good..to make us all better people..

    Like I said no words ease the pain..but life lessons learned and understood worlwide..we all gain..

    Peace!

  • Rafaela

    I was watching TV, and getting ready for go to school, it was my 9th birthday =S
    It was so sad!
    My prayers for theyr family and friends

  • Pamela2

    I was at my house in argentina and my dad was in the US, and I remember waking up and turning on the tv, and seeing all this stuff in every channel, I was about 7 so I didn’t understand much, and I went to wake my mom up and I asked her what all this ment so she got up in a hurry and called my dad to see if he was okey, he said yes, he wasn’t near the twin towers or anything. And a couple oof days later, he called us telling us we had to move to Florida, and so I think it was november 12 I flew with my mom and younger sister, 11 months at the time, I remember the plain being practically EMPTY. And then lived 5 years in Florida, and 3 year ago came back to Argentina, and I was watching cnn a while ago and so I remember about 9/11 and OMG 8 years is a lot of time.
    So, even though this is my country, US is like my second home, and really sorry for everyone who lost people there.
    Joe almost made me cry with the words he said.
    Anyways, kisses (:

  • nikkicaptivating

    i remember that i was getting ready for school and was watching the news

  • NK

    I was in school too. I believe that I was 5 or 6 and in 1st or 2nd grade. I came home and saw it in the news. I was shocked…
    :(

  • camouflagedd

    i was in 3rd grade.i remember kids getting taken out of class early, but we didnt know what was going on. we were just about to watch the Little Mermaid when my sister came to pick up my brother and i. i was worried because my dad works in NY but he just so happened to be on a business trip. when we got home my mom was standing holding my niece while watching the news. at the time i didnt really understand what was going on

  • LAURENJ-

    My Prayers and Thoughts are with all the
    people who lost their lives in 9/11…May
    they rest peace always…..To all famly
    and friends who lost loved ones again my
    prayers and thoughts are with you…..

  • MissyMe

    I was in first grade and remember being in class and a lot of the teachers were talking some crying because they had family in that area. i lived in nj and a lot of kids familles made a commute to nyc so they everyone was worried. One of the kids in my class had an uncle that worked at the twin towers but he literally was leaving the building when it happened and someone else i know just happened not to go to work that day. its so sad but its good that we pay our respects.

  • lalalalala

    second grade. i remember my mom was in the living room watching tv before i went to school. at school, the teachers were watching the news on tv and the whole class sat and watched while my teacher started crying. i hardly knew what was going on.

  • Marge.

    Their messages really do mean a lot. I know for a fact that what they said really did touch the hearts of those that lost someone.

    God Bless, and I’ll never forget you babe.
    <3 Josh.

    My prayers go out to all of you who lost a loved one, or know of someone who did. It’s a tough time, and it’s a tough day. I just wish more people would respect it, I know it’s been 8 years, but it was a tragic day.

    NEVER FORGET SEPTEMBER 11.

  • -.-.-

    I’m from Argentina. That day was holiday because here 9/11 is the teacher’s day so there’s no school that day. So I remember I woke up and all mi family was watching the terrible news. I coludn’t believe. Next day at school everyone was talking about it.

    All my prayers to the victims’ families.
    Let’s bring peace to the world, all of us
    God bless

  • nanajonas165

    i was in pre 2….
    my dad was there 3 days before
    and he was talking to a man in there…
    :(

  • xlivi95x

    I was six when it happened so I don’t remember it at all.

    Thankfully I wasn’t effected by it (I live in NC) but I’m definitely praying for those families who were effected.

  • Cari

    I was 9 at the time and my mom had taken me to NYC two days before the attacks (9/9/01)

    she asked me if I wanted to go in the “super tall building” and have lunch there, or go to the park and then to mcdonalds…I picked mcdonalds…I’m kind of glad I did because then I didn’t have to associate people with the towers at that young of age.

  • lkgh1993

    I was in Miami at my hotel and I was going out when I saw it on tv and my family and me were soo scared cuz there were rumors about a plane crashing in miami’s downtown!!

  • Noelle

    I was in 1st grade at the time in school

  • Jonas88

    im from england here we call grades in years
    so yr1,yr2,yr5 … etc compared to your 1st grade,2nd grade etc

  • SekaLovesJB

    hi guys, i’m from Croatia!
    it’s really far away from America..
    we should move to America and everything was ready and then…September 11 :(
    after that u didn’t let ppl to came in America so we stayed here, in Croatia..

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  • Alyssa<3JB

    I was in Pre-school actually! My uncle was in the marienes at that time at was supposed to be at work that day, so when this happened we were scared to death. luckily, we found out later that he didn’t go in that day.

  • mrsnickjonas007

    i was in school and i remember they actually had us sit down and we were all watching the news. we didnt get to go outside or anything and a lot of people left early.

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  • lalalagirl

    i was in the 2nd grade and it was reading time. We heard alottt of emergency vehicles going past our skool and we were all wondering like “what happened” but didn’t really think too much of it until allll they kids started leavin and i was so mad cuz my mom picked me up at regular time. Then I came home and saw the news.

  • Anonymous91692

    i remember i was in second grade. probably at the morning “circle time”. then i remember gett ing out of school early. my mom came to pick up me and my brother. she told us what happened in the car, i understood it to a seven year olds capacity (eight year old six days later). then the next day my teacher talked about it at “circle time” of course talking to second graders, theyre not going to tell you everything. but eventually you learn more as you get older. we sang a song in chorus last year that was about sept 11 and it made me burst out crying onstage. i didnt lose anyone on that day, but i knew that other people had lost thier families and friends and my heart just went out to them. just because i wasnt directly related to the attack, doesnt mean im not sad about people who were lost.

    and im proud to be an american
    where at least i know im free
    and i wont forget the men who died
    who gave that right to me
    and im glad to stand up next to you
    and defend it still today
    cuz there aint no doubt i love this land
    god bless the usa

  • pinpin

    i was celebrating by birthday!!!!

  • jerseygirl

    Anonymous1234567890 said:

    R.I.P daddy and uncle george. I love you more than anything or anyoneelse in this whole entire world. I still cannot believe your gone. See you two soon
    ——————————–
    I am SO sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.

    And to all the others who lost someone close to them on this day 8 years ago.

  • Anonymous1234567890

    R.I.P daddy and uncle george. I love you more than anything or anyoneelse in this whole entire world. I still cannot believe your gone. See you two soon

  • Emyyyy

    I remember I was in the first grade and I was getting ready for school. I rushed into my mom’s room to ask her a question and she told me to be quiet because she was watching what happened on the news. I had no clue what was going on. I remember looking at the tv and seeing a clip of a tower collapsing. I thought it was just a little building that collapsed or something, I was too young to understand. Just a horrible day in American history. To think innocent mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, sons, daughters, were just gone for no reason..

  • <3

    im not from USA im from Chile…but i remember when this happened. i’m so sorry for all of you who lost someone special.
    good bles to you. <3

    :)

  • Jonas88

    http://www.heatworld.com/Article/10701/Watch+the+Jonas+Brothers+answer+YOUR+questions!

    POST THIS OCEAN UP PLEASE :)

    AWW :( I WAS AT SCHOOL WHEN IT HAPPENED

  • Anonymous9302

    i was in school

    such a sad day

  • Anonymous897987

    first

  • Dumm Blonnd

    I was in my living room I believe…

  • What?!

    i was there it was sooo scary thank 2 the troups!

  • Jenna

    i was in 4th grade. We weren’t even told what happened..all i knew was that kids were being pulle out left and right because their parents didnt want them there. I came home like any regular day and freaked when i saw my mom’s car in the driveway. i knew she was supossed to work in Brooklyn that day. i wanted to know why she wasnt there. i walked in my house to my mother, father and brother crying, something a 9 year old girl had never seen before. i wish i had known what was going on in school that day but i think they were right not to tell us.

  • Brooketeeeeny

    Glad 9/11 is still being remembered, we should all be thinking of the loved ones lost. =[
    God Bless America.

  • Jennyrox91

    i was in school, i remember that day like yesterday and kids in ,my grade lost family on that day. Such a sad day. Always in my heart. 9/11.

  • Anonymous122

    i was at my grandperents house. the worst day ever . here in Israel this kind of things happand a lot . the Arabic hate us , but we are stronger then them .

  • Macy Jonas.

    I was young, but I still remember it like it was yesturday. I was in kindergarten, however, I’m obviouslly older now. I remember my teacher looking out the window and we saw smoke and SOOO much noise. I remember the kids asking what it was and no one answering. Then within literally, 5 seconds, my parents were there picking me up. Then my other sisters. I went home and was so confused at what was going on. Years later i understood what happened. Now, just this year, i realized how terrible it was, the deetails, the families, and I have to say, God bless anyone suffering on this day. <3

  • Anonymous!

    I remember this day 8 years ago very clearly. I live in New York City, and I still do, and at the time, I was in 4th grade. I remembered being concerned when students were being called one by one to go home. I also remembered seeing many many peices of paper and debris flying around outside the window and wondering what was going on. I didn’t really understand what was going on at that point, but I remembered being fearful, nonetheless. When I got home, I had learned what had happened and debris was still flying around outside, making it even more horrific. My family and I sat there in the living room with the TV on and there was fear in our eyes, a fear of what could happen next. It was that day that I realize how in just a couple of minutes or even less, EVERYTHING could change and that nothing should be taken for granted. Even stranger was that just a day or two before, I was thinking about how I’ve never been to the twin towers even though I live about 20 minutes away and that maybe I would work there one day…

    Love and prayers to those who lost loved ones. I will never forget 9/11.

  • Kelss.

    I was in first grade.
    I remember our prinipal came on over the loud speaker and said “Please turn on your televisions. Something horrible has happened” or something like that.

    When my teacher turned on the news, our whole class watched as the first tower was in smoke. I remember one of the girls in my class, she was slow..but she was hysterical because she had a family member in that tower. Then we all watched as the second plane hit.

    I remember going home and not thinking anything of it, because I was only eight. But it’s still so wierd that I remember that day so vividly, and not even knowing how big of a deal it was.

    Definitely praying for those families.
    Doesn’t feel like it’s been eight years.

  • Kelss.

    Third grade I mean.

  • Jonas&Honor

    i wish i could remember when it happened but i was only 4 :( and my mom said i was still sleeping. also that was really sweet what the jonas brothers said :)

  • Natattack

    I can still remember it clearly. My family had just moved from New Zealand to Vancouver, and my dad was on a business trip on the east coast. He was supposed to be flying home on the 11th. Just before recess, there was an announcement asking the teachers to turn on the class television, and we saw the horrors that were happening. Of course, my sister and I being quite young, had no idea what flight our Dad was supposed to be on, and burst into tears.
    Our mum came and picked us up twenty minutes later, and said the phone lines were down and she couldn’t get hold of our dad. At dinner time, he finally rang us and said he was okay, and that he was booked on the plane after the one that hit the towers. It took him three weeks to finally get home.

    I thank our lucky stars every day that will still have our Dad. Our prayers go out to those who lost anyone close to them. xx

  • SJS

    I was in the hospital for a doctors appointment. My mom work in city management & I remember her telling us that the alert level went up on the hospital cause they thought another plane was headed to California(which is where we were then). We were all crying & my mom couldn’t take us home cause management was needed to help control the situation & keep panic from spreading. I think I was in 9th grade then. It’s amazing how time flies.

  • Anonymous

    i love reading these stories,
    i feel like we really are united<33
    God Bless America.

  • None ya!

    I was at school.

  • tasha4evanickjj

    i remeber my parents watching it live on t.v i ran into the room. i didn’t understand what was happening but i watched. i was only young but it was such a sad day…

  • jajagabore

    I was in the 9th grade and my dumbass honestly thought they were talking about the eiffel tower at first…

  • Jonas4Canada

    I think I was in Grade 2, I honestly don’t remember what happened.
    I know my friends family friend was killed in it though :(
    RIP to the victims and prayers for their families.