It was incredibly difficult to drop my kids off at school this morning.
I've watched all the reports about Friday's tragedy & I've listened to the "experts" tell me that statistically speaking, school shootings are very rare.
Statistically speaking, school is the safest place for your child.
But I can guarantee you that parents in Newtown, Conn, don't care about statistics. School was not the safest place for their children on Friday. In fact, most likely none of the children that attended that school will ever feel safe in a school again.
Unless the statistic is zero murders and 100% safe children, then I will always worry. Instead of wondering if my children are receiving the right education, I worry about how far they are from the front door. I wonder how much time their teachers would have to lock the doors before a shooter could get in there.
I know in my head that God is Sovereign and that they are in His hands at school. My head is how I was able to drop them off this morning.
But my heart? It's a momma's heart. It breaks every time I think of those mommas in Newtown who sent their kids to the "safest place" they could send them and they didn't come home.
This momma's heart is heavy today.