This is Victoria. She died a hero. She hid her first-graders in the cabinets and closets after hearing the gunfire. When the shooter came to her classroom, she told him that her students were in the gym. He then gunned her down and moved on. She saved the lives of all of her students, and she deserves to be remembered for her bravery.
"I rarely think about how old I am or how old anyone else is -- age is just a number. What matters to me is how engaged, curious, and interesting a person is." -- Martha Stewart, Living the Good Long Life
In elementary school we had to write to our hero, I was the only one to get a letter back! - http://feedingthe.net/in-elementary-school-we-had-to-write-to-our-hero-i-was-the-only-one-to-get-a-letter-back/
Our marriage has always been about moving forward to a brighter future with God's guidance. We were faced with making many difficult decisions and sacrifices, but we always did what we thought was best as a couple. And while we have made it through some difficult times as well as made some great memories together along the way, we continue to look forward to tomorrow.
General Norman Schwarzkopf. Vietnam vet-3 Silver Stars for valor, a Bronze Star & Purple Heart. Commanding General of First Gulf War 1991 with clarity of purpose & few coalition casualties. Stormin' Norman; a military hero and man of honor...rest in peace 1944- 12/27/12