I went to the rally in Austin yesterday. I met new friends and had a great and very humbling experience. I wasn’t going to go. I had so much to do at home and my family was worried about me going on my own. I didn’t want fear to keep me from standing up and doing what I knew was the right thing to do. I made it to Austin and made new friends in the car line waiting to go in and more inside. My friend, Scott Knutha Virginia delegate and active member of the Trump campaign in Virginia who goes to a lot of rallies, helped me figure out where to stand and told me I should ask about standing in the VIP section because I am the wife of an Army vet. My husband couldn’t come with me and doesn’t do well in crowds due to PTSD and back injuries. I found a very nice Trump staff member, Eric Mahroum. I told him I was a military wife and asked if I could stand in the VIP section and if possible have my friends join with me. At first he thought 5 of us might be too many, but he checked and said it would be ok. He escorted us to the front and made sure we found a great place to stand in the front row. I stood there, looked around and was overwhelmed when it him me where I was. I started to cry and it was a good thing someone asked me to turn around for a picture. There are not enough words to express how wonderful the people were. It was my first Trump rally ever and I will never forget it. I have since signed up as a Trump volunteer and have signed up to help with this group and Texas for Trump. We have to do all we can to help Mr. Donald Trump win this election. Go Trump!!!