APPARENTLY COMMENTS DON’T COUNT
And I say that because mine are ALL OVER THE INTERNET. With my name on them. You must have seen some.
Some of the places that turned up, some expected, others not:
Alicia Butcher-Ehrhardt was descending the stairs of her Hamilton Square home, preparing to home-school her three children.
“I came downstairs, and my husband and two boys said, ‘No school today,'” Butcher-Ehrhardt said. “We watched it together as a family.”
Her 9-year-old daughter, Rebecca, was sitting with her father watching television when the attacks occurred.
“I sort of understood what was going on,” she said. “I was scared, and, I don’t know, it felt weird.”
She said that she’s feeling a little better now, but she’s “still uncomfortable with what happened.”
Her mom isn’t surprised.
“It’s the end of an era,” Butcher-Ehrhardt said. “It will be a huge change in the way my children have to grow up. They normally feel safe. This will make a big dent.”