"My Toughest Day."

Vieira, Meredith
August 2007
Guideposts;Aug2007, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p44
The article discusses the author's experience of reporting about the shootings at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia which killed 32 people, most of them students. She reflects on the tragedy as a mother to three teenagers. She describes how her family has supported her as a working mom. She details how she was able to cry with the students of Virginia Tech in line with the massacre.


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