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A Lady's Prerogative: Sanata Claws And His Helves - FINISHED or is it?

Please support the local Building Better Schools . If this were a movie or streaming holiday special, this would be the opening music... Four Years Ago... [Thank you for using the Google Holiday Blogger Template. Please Insert An Appropriately Themed Cliché Holiday Story Introduction HERE] Once upon a time, there were three little girls, each of whom grew up in different homes and under very different circumstances. There was Nelony. In a tiny back split, detached home, in suburban London. She was a little blonde-haired girl whose favourite place was the garden greenhouse kept by her successful post-sixties musician parents. Except for her parents' greenhouse cannabis plot, Nelony would look after the garden balance of the  entire  ecosystem within, maintaining the harmonious growth of the plants, and the animals who'd often care for the garden in her absence.  Her parents, though responsible adults, were literally bead loving pot smoking hippies still caught in the delusion of

My Condolences In The Texas Tragedy

Robb Elementary School, Uvalde, Texas

It was quite shocking to hear the news that a lone shooter had gone on a killing spree in a school located in Houston, Texas in the United States.


From what I've pieced together, the shooter, who'd just turned 18 years old as it was his birthday, started out by shooting his grandmother sometime near 11 AM Central Daylight Savings Time (12 Eastern Standard Time). He then proceeded to Uvalde Elementary School where he crashed into the school building and at 11:32 CDST (12:32 EST) he began his shooting spree, killing somewhere between 15 and 18 students and 2 or 3 adults with a firearm.


It is saddening that this kind of tragedy is happening yet again and there's no sign of an end to such tragedies. The only accurate statement that can be made is, I wonder where it will happen next, and how soon.


Regardless, my condolences to the families and loved ones of this tragedy from myself here in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.


Brian Joseph Johns