On the Connecticut Shooting

I want to write on it, but everything I try strikes me as trite and not up to the task.  And we just don’t know enough yet.  

Suffice to say I am in tears.  Twenty children.  Children.  My heart goes out to the parents who this morning said goodbye to their little ones for the last time, never knowing it would be so.  I weep as much for them as for the lives lost.  

Why children?  We will never know the answer, and we will never be satisfied with what we do learn.  

Published by Michael R. Johnston

Father of a fifth grader, high school English teacher, writer. Forty-six years old and feeling almost every bit of it on some days, and not a bit of it on others. Based in Sacramento, California, USA

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