"I'll try to put my phone away and turn around and grab her...
[T]hat's the thing that I feel the most guilty about."But who hasn't been in that scenario?
There are but a chosen few that have truly been through hell and back as Falcons fans that deserve to see the glory we will witness Sunday night.
A second student has died after being shot by a teen gunman at Chardon High School near Cleveland, Ohio. Sixteen-year-old Daniel Parmertor died Monday after? a teen opened fire inside a high school cafeteria at the start of the classes. Two others were wounded, police said, according to NBC? He urged parents to hug and kiss their children, and praised the actions of teachers, who had been through disaster training and acted quickly to protect the students.
I've known this for quite some time, but didn't have the willpower to do what needed to be done. there's more news, but that will have to wait a week or two. But living alone and happy is way better than living with the wrong person.Chardon freshman Sofia Larkins, 14, was sitting with Lane's sister when the shooting began. "She was surprised as anyone."The two girls fled to a teachers' lounge when the shooting erupted, and began hearing talk that Lane was the shooter, Larkins said. Larkins said school officials came to the lounge and took the sister away.The mother of a student in Chardon, who asked not to be identified, said her son knew the accused gunman."My son's reaction was 'this doesn't surprise me.' T. was a nice sweet kid who was misunderstood and he probably cracked from being different," she said. The town, which describes itself as the center of the state's maple syrup industry, contains neatly restored brick buildings downtown.A Chardon High School student, Danielle Samples, 16, who was in the cafeteria at the time, told Reuters she heard a series of "pops" and someone yelled to run down the hallway into a classroom.While Samples was in the hall, she heard another round of pops.