The Washington Post’s Melissa Bell, left, and Katie Rogers want to hear your 9/11 memories. If you’re in D.C. today, stop by to say hello, tell them how you feel 10 years later, and create some social art for the Post’s Virtual Memory Wall. (MAGGIE FAZELI FARD/THE WASHINGTON POST)

The emotions pulsing through Washington, New York and across America were varied and, for some, almost undefinable in the strange days and weeks that followed the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

Now, as the 10-year anniversary of 9/11 draws near, The Washington Post wants to know how you feel today.

On Sept. 7, The Post’s Melissa Bell and Katie Rogers want to meet you in person and hear about how your life has changed.

Stop by the Caribou Coffee at 1156 15th St. NW to say hello, have a chat and, if you’re feeling artistically inclined, put your thoughts to paper. Pens, colored pencils and even watercolor paints are all on hand to help you capture your memories.

Here’s a staff submission to the Virtual Memory Wall. Contribute your own. (MARK LUCKIE/THE WASHINGTON POST)

How do you feel when you think about Sept. 11 today ?

What: Coffeehouse Newsroom Tweetup (#wptweetup)

When: Today until 6 p.m.

Where: Caribou Coffee, 1156 15th St. NW, Washington

If you’re not in D.C. but still want to contribute, don’t fret. You can submit an illustration for our Virtual Memory Wall by printing out and mailing this card to the address listed below. Or send us a photo on Facebook or Twitter using #911 changes.