As much as I don't like to admit it, I'm an emotional person. As cliche as it sounds, I wear my heart on my sleeve.

So when I first woke up Monday morning and news starting coming in yesterday about Vegas shooting, I was rocked to the core. I knew that I had a job to do and as the morning went on, CJ and I tried our best to keep you informed, with correct information and updates.

I started on the morning show in 2014. It's been three amazing years, but I haven't had to deliver news like this ever. I was at a loss for words and felt my head spinning.

As the casualty count and the number of injuries kept climbing I found it harder and harder to keep it together. The tears were burning in the back of my eyes and there was that lump in my throat that everyone is familiar with when you're trying to keep it together.

Then names and ages of those who perished started coming in. These were human being just like you and me.Going to a country concert for a good time.

A lot of the victims were my age. That's when it really started to sink in.

The stories coming out of Vegas are that of tragedy and heroism. Take some time today and every day to hug those around you, smile at someone passing by, simply hold a door open for someone.

These little acts of kindness can make this harsh world we're living in a little easier today.



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