Every time jeweler Jill Lynn Brody of Southampton takes her weekly buying trip to the Diamond District in Manhattan, the prospect of a terrorist attack is on her mind. She’s even been present for bomb scares. “There’s been multiple times I’ve been on 47th when they closed down the block,” she said. On Sept. 11, 2001, she was far from the city, working as a baker at Barefoot Contessa, Ina Garten’s old shop in East Hampton. She learned of the terrorist attacks when someone came into the store hysterically crying and saying a plane crashed into the World Trade Center. The employees closed the doors to the store after that and spent the next few hours listening to the news on the radio. Today, she has her own jewelry business on Jobs Lane in Southampton Village, , which donates to Tuesday’s Children, a nonprofit organization that provides support and services for the children of 9/11 victims. "You can't live like that every day."