Posted in 2019, Aging, Uncategorized, Yes

Gun Violence


36 years ago my friend lost her husband to gun violence in the workplace. Children lost their father that day. The person who did the shooting thought he was being fired, he was actually only being moved to another facility. He came in and was looking for a confrontation, there was somewhat of a language barrier, he shot the person he felt responsible and then took his own life. This feels very personal.

I have no answers, I can only tell you that each situation hurts and does not change the pain level at all. The current drive to do something headed by the children involved in the school shooting in Florida hopefully will take hold and they will persist through all the red tape and garbage talk.


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