She grew up with guns in her house, her father, a police officer. She watched him clean them, was told not to touch them and listened. But not all kids do. She would never have a gun in the house because she doesn’t see the need, and only sees the danger; a baseball bat will… Continue reading School shootings – A contrast in opinion…Day Seven
The last two weeks or so have been rough, on a personal, professional and world level. I’ve had words swimming in my head since then and they have been taking a very long time to gel into anything coherent so I didn’t want to put my fingers to the keyboard quite yet. But I have… Continue reading Thoughts on Sandy Hook…and life in general.