Thoughts From Friends

April 17, 2007 at 4:50 pm 1 comment

Greetings from my home in Blacksburg, Virginia.  It took roughly 26 hours, involved a cold night on the Dulles floor, a reroute to Greensboro and lost luggage, but we finally made it home.  Special thanks goes out to Bill C who, on short notice, picked us up in Greensboro and took us back to Roanoke to retrieve our luggage.  Bill and I left Roanoke Airport shortly before Airforce One arrived and we got to watch a group of six helicopters pass over on I-81 on their way to Blacksburg.  

I’m tired and sad and have little urge to write publicly at the moment.  Below are links to blog posts some of my friends, classmates and past roommates have composed on the Virginia Tech Tragedy:

Stacy M, former roommate and VT Alum

Chris S, former roommate and VT Alum

Mike N, hiking/skiing buddy and VT Alum

Brian V, former coworker and VT Alum

Christina G, friend of 17 years writing from Germany

Jason C, former coworker and VT Alum

Love to All,


Entry filed under: Virginia Tech, Virginia Tech Massacre.

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  • 1. Sheer  |  April 18, 2007 at 12:35 am

    Hang in there. About a year ago, a friend of mine (Jesiah, he mastered the CD I sent you) threw a afterparty and someone showed up and shot the place up, killed 8, including another good friend of mine.. it’s always so astonishing to me.. and I never know what to say. I’m sorry the universe doesn’t have file permissions?

    But hang in there.

    Thinking of you,



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