Be praying for the families involved in this tragedy. It’s so sad.
Every morning I put my 7 year old son on the bus. I tell him to “be good”, and “I love you”. Followed by a kiss on the cheek. Never thinking that it could be the last time I would see him alive. I just can’t wrap my head around the pure evil mind and heart a person would have to possess, to do something so senseless. I can only imagine how devastated the families must be. My heart, and prayers go out to the families, friends, and everyone affected by this terrible tragedy.
Labs, I understand how you feel. Our two grandaughters go to preschool. One at a church, the other at a high school. That one scares me, you just never know. I had to turn off the news tonight because I just can’t watch any more.
This is such a terrible tragedy,this being a dog website, I just had to share a story that came to my attention tonight.
The words and quotes of the William Shakespeare can be found everywhere! Shakespearean quotations can be heard on the radio and television on a daily basis. The advertising media love to make use of William Shakespeare quotes and sayings. Famous authors have even used Shakespearean quotations as titles for their books such Aldous Huxley and ‘Brave New World’. And speaking of famous authors did you know that “What the dickens” was one of the quotes used by William Shakespeare, long before Charles Dickens was born? Other famous Shakespearean quotations such as “I’ll not budge an inch”, “We have seen better days” ,”A dish fit for the gods” are all used frequently and, almost as a parody, the expression it’s “Greek to me” is often used to describe a frustrated student’s view of Shakespeare’s work! Politicians dig deep into their pool of William Shakespeare quotes and quotations such as “Fair Play”, “Foregone Conclusion “, “One Fell Swoop”, and “Into Thin Air “. Furthermore, other Shakespearean quotes such as “to thine own self be true” have become widely spoken pearls of wisdom. So quotes from William Shakespeare have now become household words and sayings – and just to emphasise the point “household word” is also one of the Bard’s ‘anonymous’ quotations!
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