A week after the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history, a community is grieving the loss of life and the impact the event has had on the community.
But the events leading up to the shooting were different, and more personal.
We had a lot of kids in the community who were on the same page, who were talking about it, talking about how they were feeling.
And they were talking to each other about the things that had happened the day before, and what they wanted to do.
And then when it was time to do something, they did it.
They were on their own.
So we had a really good relationship with them.
As a parent, you can’t understand what it’s like to have to say goodbye to your child every day, especially when they’re your age.
And the grief of the families, the parents, and the school, the whole school was different than it was when you were home.
There were so many kids that we had to be really, really careful about the way we interacted with each other.
We all had a different relationship with our children.
And that was really different.
So for us, we all had to kind of just sort of go in, and we just sortof got on with it, and everything happened so well.
And that was very, very important.
And as a parent myself, I really wanted my kids to be able to experience it, to be part of that process, and that was the most important thing that I wanted for them to do, was have an opportunity to go through that process and be a part of it, as well.
We were able to do that, and it was really an honor to be the first person to do it.
And so I feel really lucky that we were able for our kids to go and experience it.