Seven Days Later (definitely NOT woodworking)

My heart aches and my rage consumes me.   I find myself rereading Psalm 69, especially verses 22-28.

Remember the names and faces of these victims, killed a week ago by a psychopath who chose to murder them.

William Kinney, 9; Evelyn Dieckhaus, 9; Hallie Scruggs, 9

Cynthia Peak, 61; Katherine Koonce, 60; Mike Hill, 61

Remember her name or forget her name, whatever is your disposition.

She chose to murder innocents.

She is not a victim nor a mascot, she was a fiend.

She chose to murder innocents.

I offer two thoughts for the day.

A useful description for insanity is the inability to recognize or comply with reality. — Thomas Szasz

My spiritual gift is that I don’t care what you think about anything. — Mollie Hemingway.

If these sentiments offend you, sit down and shut up.  Go somewhere else.  You are part of the problem.  I have no interest in what you have to say.

She is neither a victim nor a mascot.

She chose to murder innocents.

Remember them and pray for their families to find comfort.  And pray that my burning anger towards evil remains a consuming fire, and that I never become complacent.