We all remember, as Alan Jackson wrote,  where we were when the world stopped turning.  I was at home recovering from a surgery when I turned on the TV and saw the news on every station.  I called everyone I loved to make sure they were safe and then watched the coverage in amazement.  It's a day that will live with everyone, especially those who lost loved ones that fateful day.

Today we'll all remember where we were when we heard the news, justice was finally served and Osama bin Laden was shot and killed.  Maybe Alan Jackson will write another song about where we were when the world started celebrating.

Check out the video of New Yorkers celebrating in the streets after the news broke

The news crews were out in full force to catch reactions across America.  An Army Captain who just returned from overseas, says it's great news and he's proud of what we've been able to accomplish.  In Philly, fans at the ballgame were more interested in the news on their i-Phones than the game

This should be a warning to every terrorist looking to do harm on American soil or to any American, we will find you.  No matter how long it takes, we will hunt you down.  We may not be the first to act, but we'll always be the last.

Even though I'm a Canadian citizen, I'm proud to live on American soil.

So where were you when the world started celebrating?