School Violence – Protect our children

School violence

Whether you’re a Republican, a Democrat,  simply an American–or a Canadian like me, we must all be suffering for the tragedies our children face each and every day. The fear that life does not go on, there is no safe place in the world, that when they wake up in the morning they may never come home.  I hope each and every child and school across the nation stand as one and declare that it’s time for a change.

I know that a blog is not the place for a political statement, and I’m not making one. I just want to see a better world, a safer one for us, for our future generations.

Do I have a solution? No, of course not, but please, stricter regulations is only common sense. I’m a romance writer, a peaceful person who believes or wants to believe in happily ever afters and that good will triumph over evil.

If you agree, like this blog and tweet. I’m a mother, a grand-mother, a woman who wants violence to end. That’s all.

 

Patrice Wilton

Patrice Wilton knew from the age of twelve that she wanted to write books that would take the reader to faraway places. She was born in Vancouver, Canada, and had a great need to see the world that she had read about.

Patrice became a flight attendant for seventeen years and traveled the world. At the age of forty she sat down to write her first book—in longhand! Her interests include tennis, golf, and writing stories for women of all ages.

She is a mother of two, has four lovely grand-daughters, and a wonderful man at her side. They live in West Palm Beach, Florida, where he teaches her golf, and she teaches him patience.

Her best selling books are the CANDY BAR series, SERENDIPITY FALLS series, and most recently PARADISE COVE and A CHRISTMAS COLLECTION series. She is a New York Times best selling author.

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Patrice Wilton

About Patrice Wilton

Patrice Wilton knew from the age of twelve that she wanted to write books that would take the reader to faraway places. She was born in Vancouver, Canada, and had a great need to see the world that she had read about. Patrice became a flight attendant for seventeen years and traveled the world. At the age of forty she sat down to write her first book—in longhand! Her interests include tennis, golf, and writing stories for women of all ages. She is a mother of two, has four lovely grand-daughters, and a wonderful man at her side. They live in West Palm Beach, Florida, where he teaches her golf, and she teaches him patience. Her best selling books are the CANDY BAR series, SERENDIPITY FALLS series, and most recently PARADISE COVE and A CHRISTMAS COLLECTION series. She is a New York Times best selling author.  View website

4 Replies to “School Violence – Protect our children”

  1. Yes, I agree, tighter security will really help. We guard our airports, our banks, and our courthouses. Children are more precious than these, so why shouldn’t we guard our schools? I like the solution of one state (don’t know which one) that has put an auxiliary police station in each of their high schools, so there are always policemen on campus. No school shootings there.

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