It's been 11 years to the day that the Twin Towers were struck by terrorists, a plane smashed into the Pentagon and one crashed in Pennsylvania.
The ceremonies have winded down a bit, although not entirely.
Pat Lindstrom, a DeKalb Firefighter, ran the stairs of the Manhattan building on Olde Perimeter Way Saturday, a nod to the firefighters who lost their lives and a charitable tradition he started last year.
This day on 2001, 343 New York firefighters died trying to rescue others. Sixty officers died from the New York Police Department.
It was a day that forever changed America. We we were vulnerable again.
We'd like to know how you personally reflect on a day like today. Do you read a news story and remember where you were? Do you reflect on loved ones or families that you knew that were affected by the tragedy?
We want to hear your reflections. Leave us a comment.