“I’m sorry so much has fallen on you. It’s unfair. All of it. So much stress, so much worry, so much anxiety, so much thought process that already goes into your daily grind. I cannot imagine how this all feels to you right now.”
“Myself and three other boys are supposed to push the table against the door. After that, all the class is going to stand behind us on the back wall.”
“There was a discussion about it at dinner that night. He was so upset about what happened he asked if he could do something for her.”
“Target was an ideal location because there was so much to hold Keira’s attention. When her mobility was better, she loved to wander (or sprint!) up and down the aisles of the store.”
“Deployments on children, on a family, is never easy. As an adult we find ways to relax and cope, but for children we need to find a different way to help them cope and relax.”
“Our Comfort Dogs show unconditional love, are excellent listeners, and never judge those they serve.”
“Just know, I love you,” the frightened younger brother texted as the gunman was on his rampage.
“I asked him if she was bothering him, and with a somber face and watery eyes he said, ‘No, no. I lost my dog last night.’”
Students are hailing him their hero as they recount those devastating moments.
“Today I broke down. No one should have to see their child like this.”