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Posted on Mon, Dec 17, 2012 08:54

There was a little boy who loved the New York Giants, and another little boy who might have been the worlds best mechanic one day. No doubt some of the little girls were "tomboys", while others only wore frilly dresses and draped themselves in their mothers scarves and shoes. An NYPD Lieutenant lost his nephew in the shooting. One mother lost her "Emilie".... (I am blessed to still have mine....)

 

 

 

I read the Principal lost her life in trying to defend the children and herself. One teacher was said to have locked her entire classroom in an adjoining bathroom where she could not fit. She had the children crammed in so tightly some were standing in the toilet. She left them locked safely, only to lose her own life. One janitor went around to the classrooms to make sure the doors were locked from the inside to keep the children safe. He was gunned down heniously in the hall. I guess he should have hidden. (Not really.) 

 

 

 

Ironically, we think of our "HEROES" in the military, but we have true American Heroes all around us. Remember the Pennsylvania field? 

 

 

 

In light of this tragic event, I personally am requesting we all try a little harder to be accepting and loving toward one another and empower ourselves with a little more resolve to make a difference in each other's lives, not hinder one another's growth. There is enough "filth" in the air not to add to the mixture. 

 

 

 

Perhaps some of us have dealt with our own nastiness in our personal lives. I think it is time to "let that go." 

 

 

 

Take a moment and reflect inside yourselves. What is important to you? Is it really to have the last word in that argument, or to not be the one at fault? If those things are what matter to you, you may need a huge reality check. If there is one thing I am good at teaching, it is realism. I've laid on my death bed with my own little Emily screaming while holding onto her daddy's leg, "What's wrong with my mommy!!" The fright in her voice was so loud, I think the emergency walls shook! She was the age of many of the slain children, the innocent age of six. Turned out her mommy had massive peritinitis and almost died from all the bile being absorbed in my body. POISON KILLS.... It appears your colon really serves a major purpose and needs to be free of holes!! ;) Two weeks later, I was released from the hospital wearing a "crap bag" and held a new "bag of anger" for God, if there was one, (I was agnostic at the time) and I faced a whole new set of anger in life. It took 6 months for the bag to be reversed and a hell of a lot longer for the scars to start healing. I am speaking "emotional," as the visible scars will always remain. It is events, as this tragedy teachers now refer to "their 9-11", that carry me back and serve as a reminder as to what is truly important in life. 

 

 

 

It isn't having the last word, or winning an argument or everyone taking your side. The truth of the matter is, "releasing the venom," the bile that seeps inside us... THAT is what matters most. We are of no good to others while carrying around a bag of "hatred." The survivors of this tragedy have a difficult road ahead. The bumpy road to "FORGIVENESS..." I think this is what most people miss who are Christians. I don't see God "forgives us" for "us".... He "FORGIVES" us for Himself! Otherwise, He'd have to carry a mighty heavy load for all the sins we "willingly" commit. Let those of us who believe, pray for Strength to HEAL... 

 

 

 

"Father I pray all the individuals involved and extended in this massacre get the help they need to move forward without holding on to the venom that must flood their veins right now. Help these babies and the community to heal in a healthy manner. Hatred is a strong emotion and I can only imagine the anger they must feel toward this young man, his family, life, and possibly You. As you know, hatred is truly a nasty noose we place around our own neck. Allow no one to steal their JOY for the rest of their fleshly lives. Bitterness is a nasty seed to sow. Help these survivors to recognize this and to embrace "forgiveness" in order to thrive peacefully in life. Anyone with half common sense should recognize forgiveness isn't about the other party... it is about extending ourselves in order to heal properly. It is "Agape Love." But I guess I know this better than most, don't I Father? I already feel I know where the slain are Father, so I speak not for them. I request You blanket those who still feel the pain, including the shooters remaining family and loved ones. In Jesus name I pray. Amen."


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Posted on Thu, Dec 27, 2012 09:26

LIV... I truly believe we should take welfare recipients WE ARE ALREADY PAYING FOR DOING NOTHING... 

 

and TRAIN THEM to be security guards on every school campus!! Obviously, we would have to do background checks, make sure they aren't child molesters etc... mentally ill, yada, yada.. 

 

But I have no doubt there are many individuals perfectly capable of assisting society in our need to keep the childen safe! We actually kill 2 birds with one stone, as we already give them a paycheck. We can decrease our public assistance spending and put hundreds of thousands to work all across our schools! 

 

There is a large difference between teachers who are focused on their teaching and someone who is paid to MONITOR the hallways and play grounds of the school. 

 

WHEN ONE LOOKS FOR TROUBLE, THEY WILL ASSUREDLY FIND IT! 

 

THEN, the issue will be... Have at least one armed officer on each campus. My son (22) and I were discussing this Christmas night and he said, "Well Mom, we could leave that up to the parents whose children go to the school. They can take a vote. If the Jr. High school kids parents say YES TO GUNS.. Armed officers. If they say NO, then only security guards present."

 

I think that is pretty reasonable. There may be parents who are concerned about the gun being over taken etc.. HOWEVER, I want people to remind themselves...  Our issue has not been "overpowering the officers" ... Our issue has been kids coming in with weapons from off campus and slaughtering many in a matter of minutes. If you have "sniper" type officers... They don't need some crazy bullet flying weapon of mass destruction to take a crazed loon down.. They do it every day in miitary... 

 

IN FACT.. LET'S INCREASE OU MILITARY AND PRODUCE A NEW JOB! Military overseeing the campus! Sniper for each school!

 

Golly Be Willickers!! I am One Shmart Blonde Princess!! ;) 



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Posted on Tue, Dec 25, 2012 20:38

Hoping,

 

Thanks for this blog. I like to think of myself as a really strong person and a formidable advocate, but this incident got me completely gutted! I just could not and still cannot process it - I unconsciously mentally and emotionally ran away from this sad news! I just could not hold it in as I looked at one precious, innocent face and the most beautiful pairs of eyes, one after the other - I totally crumbled! This is totally unfathomably insane.

 

As for guns, I am British and we do not do guns in the UK - but for Pete's sake, no one needs a prophet or an analyst to tell us that guns have their uses! Gun control debates - 'to have guns or not to have' is ridiculous and it is certainly not the answer to this problem. Empowering the vulnerable to protect themselves is the answer, in my humble opinion. What baffles me is why schools in the US have no provisions for protection from guns attacks such as this when it is this infamous. Schools and other vulnerable targets should be equipped with guns and fantastic marksmen and firearms professionals (who should only be seen when necessary) to give well-deserved reality checks and moments of clarity to crazy loonies who think it is fun or deroic to slay the unarmed and unforewarned! Enough of these slaying of the unarmed, innocents and vulnerable.

 

Why the US government has not done this till now is astonishing - it isn't rocket science to analyse that it only takes a second to pull a trigger but many, many minutes for emergency service/the Police to respond to an incident! It isn't rocket science! 

 

May those precious souls rest in God's bossom and perfect peace. Amen!



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Posted on Tue, Dec 25, 2012 07:46

HI JEN~~ I liked the poem, in a sad way obviously. I watched a show last night on a local station regarding all the "misinformation." The mother was said to have worked at school, I heard she did not. The police actually had gotten on telly and stated they would prosecute the ones who were spreading "misinformation" around. 

 

BOTTOM LINE: Precious lives were taken needlessly.. :(((( 

 

A lot of parents and families out there today, not having a very "Merry" Christmas... 

 

PAT!! I hear you loud and clear! I watched a Pro / Con show last night and it does appear the majority of individuals opposed to guns have little to no experience ever having one in their hand. 

 

For me, it's common sense which prevails... 

 

If you take guns away from the good people, the only ones who wil have them are the bad ones. And for those saying semi-automatic are not necessary for a citizen to hold in their possession; well, have you ever been to a gun fight with a knife? A little pistl is not a challenge for an automatic weapon. It's just that simple! ;)



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Posted on Mon, Dec 24, 2012 19:43

Quoting Hoping4Love2000:

There was a little boy who loved the New York Giants, and another little boy who might have been the worlds best mechanic one day. No doubt some of the little girls were "tomboys", while others only wore frilly dresses and draped themselves in their mothers scarves and shoes. An NYPD Lieutenant lost his nephew in the shooting. One mother lost her "Emilie".... (I am blessed to still have mine....)

 

 

 

I read the Principal lost her life in trying to defend the children and herself. One teacher was said to have locked her entire classroom in an adjoining bathroom where she could not fit. She had the children crammed in so tightly some were standing in the toilet. She left them locked safely, only to lose her own life. One janitor went around to the classrooms to make sure the doors were locked from the inside to keep the children safe. He was gunned down heniously in the hall. I guess he should have hidden. (Not really.) 

 

 

 

Ironically, we think of our "HEROES" in the military, but we have true American Heroes all around us. Remember the Pennsylvania field? 

 

 

 

In light of this tragic event, I personally am requesting we all try a little harder to be accepting and loving toward one another and empower ourselves with a little more resolve to make a difference in each other's lives, not hinder one another's growth. There is enough "filth" in the air not to add to the mixture. 

 

 

 

Perhaps some of us have dealt with our own nastiness in our personal lives. I think it is time to "let that go." 

 

 

 

Take a moment and reflect inside yourselves. What is important to you? Is it really to have the last word in that argument, or to not be the one at fault? If those things are what matter to you, you may need a huge reality check. If there is one thing I am good at teaching, it is realism. I've laid on my death bed with my own little Emily screaming while holding onto her daddy's leg, "What's wrong with my mommy!!" The fright in her voice was so loud, I think the emergency walls shook! She was the age of many of the slain children, the innocent age of six. Turned out her mommy had massive peritinitis and almost died from all the bile being absorbed in my body. POISON KILLS.... It appears your colon really serves a major purpose and needs to be free of holes!! ;) Two weeks later, I was released from the hospital wearing a "crap bag" and held a new "bag of anger" for God, if there was one, (I was agnostic at the time) and I faced a whole new set of anger in life. It took 6 months for the bag to be reversed and a hell of a lot longer for the scars to start healing. I am speaking "emotional," as the visible scars will always remain. It is events, as this tragedy teachers now refer to "their 9-11", that carry me back and serve as a reminder as to what is truly important in life. 

 

 

 

It isn't having the last word, or winning an argument or everyone taking your side. The truth of the matter is, "releasing the venom," the bile that seeps inside us... THAT is what matters most. We are of no good to others while carrying around a bag of "hatred." The survivors of this tragedy have a difficult road ahead. The bumpy road to "FORGIVENESS..." I think this is what most people miss who are Christians. I don't see God "forgives us" for "us".... He "FORGIVES" us for Himself! Otherwise, He'd have to carry a mighty heavy load for all the sins we "willingly" commit. Let those of us who believe, pray for Strength to HEAL... 

 

 

 

"Father I pray all the individuals involved and extended in this massacre get the help they need to move forward without holding on to the venom that must flood their veins right now. Help these babies and the community to heal in a healthy manner. Hatred is a strong emotion and I can only imagine the anger they must feel toward this young man, his family, life, and possibly You. As you know, hatred is truly a nasty noose we place around our own neck. Allow no one to steal their JOY for the rest of their fleshly lives. Bitterness is a nasty seed to sow. Help these survivors to recognize this and to embrace "forgiveness" in order to thrive peacefully in life. Anyone with half common sense should recognize forgiveness isn't about the other party... it is about extending ourselves in order to heal properly. It is "Agape Love." But I guess I know this better than most, don't I Father? I already feel I know where the slain are Father, so I speak not for them. I request You blanket those who still feel the pain, including the shooters remaining family and loved ones. In Jesus name I pray. Amen."



Sorry, Hope, that I haven't responded to this.  I'm too caught up in the gun control crap going on in this event's aftermath.  So much hysteria; so much misinformation about guns.  So much total CRAP.

 

I'm still unable to respond sensibly.  We have buereaucratic idiots calling for gun controls that are, frankly, so moronic even a child of 6 could refute them.

 

Most--and I do mean most--of the bureaucrats proposing new gun legislation have never even held a gun in their hands.  They don't know what the hell they are talking about.  These are the people making our gun laws!!!!  People who have no idea what a gun even is!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  People who have no idea what the difference is between a 2 action revolver, a semi-auto revolver, and an auto revolver.  Not to mention a single action rifle, a semi-auto rifle and an auto rifle.   They really have no clue at all.  And yet they are the folks making the laws!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

 

Okay, I gotta go before I get myself in so much trouble that I'll be banned from MM.  In the meantime, I'm so mentally flummoxed, I could spin myself out of control like Rumplestilksin.  LOLOLOL 



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Posted on Thu, Dec 20, 2012 22:33

I love The Field Trip poem. It is all so heartbreaking :(



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Posted on Wed, Dec 19, 2012 08:08

HI GOINGAWAYSINGING....

 

That is great news to hear!! :))) 

 

(Of course we won't know which source is correct for some time, as news sources are rarely reliable these days!) 

 

However, I think the point (regarding that aspect) of the blog, was more along the lines of how many adults, at the end of the day, will protect children, not even their own, when tragedy seeks them. I am proud of those that chose "harms way," just like those on that plane long ago during 9-11 did, to ensure the safety of others... 

 

((((( HI FISHY! ))))))

 

WELCOME to the BLOGS! 

 

 



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Posted on Tue, Dec 18, 2012 00:37

the teacher who locked her class in the bathroom did not die, she was able to fit in with them.



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Posted on Tue, Dec 18, 2012 00:01

Awww Hoping,You should get a metal for caring so much.The bile bucket is overflowing,I do try to add a drop once in awhile to the bucket of good,after all ,with enough drops the bucket fills up.


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