I'm sure I am not the only person on this planet that is saddened, horrified, and confused about the killings at Sandy Hook's Elementary school that transpired this past Friday. I shook me to the very core of my being. And I could not begin to imagine the loss those closest to the community are feeling.
I know that many of us wake early in the morning, do quite a bit of fussing to get the littles out the door in time in the mornings to catch the bus. We walk them to the bus stop, kiss their little heads, hug their warm little bodies, and wish them to have a great day. We tell them that we love them and that we will see them when they get home. Or at least that is the way it should happen. Now I find myself wondering if after sending my children safely off to school if they will in fact return home.
Things like this should NEVER happen. We live in America damnit! I would understand that fear if we lived in the middle east where there are terrorist and suicide bombers on every corner. Things like this shouldn't happen here.
I'm hearing a lot of gun control talk. That is complete and utter bull shit. Guns do not kill people. People kill people. Then I'm hearing the whole "The system failed the shooter", "We need better mental health care", You know what, kiss my ass. The system didn't fail the shooter. The system failed 20 innocent children, babies that were just starting life! The system failed 6 adults, people that dedicated their lives to enrich the life and educate those babies!
The sad things... This could happen to any of us.
I don't know the shooters back story. Nor do I care to. That man was a evil , vile , piece of trash! And he took the bitch way out by taking his own life!
I hear, " We never know God's plan" .... You know what? Eff that too. God had no part of this. It was the work of the Devil!
All I can say is, hold your babies a little tighter. Make sure they know that they are loved. Kiss them every night. Cherish every second that you get with them. You never know when it will be the last time you say " I love you baby, have a good day at school, and I will see you when you get home".