Those magic minutes during April 8’s solar eclipse brought me to tears

A woman with shoulder length brown wavy hair holds one hand over her mouth and her other hand points up at the sun during the April 8 total solar eclipse.

As a TV reporter and meteorologist, I experienced some pretty incredible things in my career. 

I’ve watched a tornado signature form on the radar and then minutes later, video of it actually happening from on the ground nearby. I walked on a hot summer day along a beach searching for part of a shipwreck that washed ashore and after the longest mile of my life, it appeared suddenly with just a few more steps away. The first rocket launch I covered at Cape Canaveral was emotional as I watched the explosion miles away and then a silver glimmer take off into the sky, only to moments later hear the powerful roar of a successful liftoff. 

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