Between the time I went to sleep and the time I woke up on the night that stretched from Oct. 1-Oct. 2, a gunman opened fire on thousands of people at an outdoor music festival from an upper floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. It wasn’t until I dropped off my kids at school and turned on the radio in the car that I learned of what had taken place, about how more than 50 people were killed, about how hundreds and hundreds were injured, and about how thousands of lives were permanently changed in the passing of one night. ... read more at OSV