Goddess morning Royals. First, give praise and worship to the all High.
I know this is my topic for today, but I am only writing it because my son experienced something dramatic Friday and made him dread Monday. You want to talk panic! On Friday my son’s school had to experience a threat of a mass shooting.
It was too many police on Friday when I dropped him off to school. He said Ma it looks like our school was in another school on school fight again. I ask him do he get involved in those fights and he told me no. He said I have no beef with no one at another school, because I have friends that goes to those other schools. Looking at how many officers were on the perimeter I told him no this is something else. I told him to find out just in case I had to come back and get him. He got out and an hour later he calls me and tell me I need to come get him because he fear for his life.
I didn’t even want to know what was going on at that time so I rushed to the school to get him. While I was driving he calls me back and say Ma, there is a child here talking of shooting up the school, that’s why the police was on the campus today. I couldn’t even thing at that moment. I know that the night before a 14 years old had shoot several people in a school in California. Prayer are with the family and the victims of that shooting and all of the previous shootings. SideBar: What is going on with our parents that we can’t see the hurt and distress before it comes to a mass shooting? Why is it that we choose to ignore the signs of a mentally disturb child or an abused child until something tragic happens?
I got to the school and was as calm as possible. It was still several police on the campus and I asked them if the situation resolved and one of them said yes but the other said the perpetrator is being sought. Which to me means no. I am not one to blame anyone but those who needs the blame and well I didn’t have have time at that moment. The only person on my mind is my son who was in the bathroom with his cellphone calling me for help. I got him and got out of there. I wasn’t the only one, I saw about 50 other parents getting there children as well.
Now today is Monday, Manic Monday at that and his nerves are all over the place. I am dealing with the situation but I know that he needs more support than just me. So I am calling in the troops and since it is a lot of us we are going to rally around my son for support. Our mission is to help him get through this and back in school, because he told me his isn’t ready to go back just yet. I can understand his concerns especially since we aren’t sure if they have the child in custody. To make matters worse my son told me that he knows the child because they are in the same French class together. He said the child confides in him but he never thought things were this serious. I told him to pray for him and ask the Lord to guide him and send him the necessary help he needs. People talk to your children. Listen to your children. Hear your children even when they aren’t saying anything. Don’t ignore your child’s cry for help or attention.
That’s my Monday so far, what is yours looking like. I tell you one thing I will not panic because it is Monday. I will live this day as any other but more productive than the last.
Sending you all love and kisses. #GoddessLove