Boston on 9/11 — The Memories I Don’t Want

After that day, everything was different. I just didn’t know how much

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On September 11, 2001, I woke early because I had to make the long commute from my home in Petersham to the new office just outside of Boston. Depending on the traffic and weather, it could take three hours to travel the 70+ miles one-way.

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I write about “Everything Blogging,” but I write about my personal experience as well. I love a good personal essay— jasonjamesweiland@gmail.com

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Jason Weiland

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I write about “Everything Blogging,” but I write about my personal experience as well. I love a good personal essay— jasonjamesweiland@gmail.com

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