I’m nobody and don’t pretend to be anything I’m not. Recently, I’ve been thinking there’s a whole lot of nobodys out there, and if we could all get together and decide to do something, we’d be somebody.
Wow. That sounds like some pretty serious late night, smokin’ discussion on third floor of the mighty, mighty Sig Tau house back in the 80s. (Or so I’ve heard.)
So I jumped at the chance to speak to a group of motivated Connecticut residents learning what to do during this midterm election year, and why it matters. Thanks to kind folks at Connecticut Against Gun Violence for including me in their impressive circle.
Take a listen on why I do what I do, and why it matters.
You can be pro-gun, and pro-gun safety. Don’t wait until tragedy strikes to get involved; you needn’t do much, but you can share this post and perhaps, ask your candidate where they stand on gun violence prevention.
I so appreciate you listening, learning, sharing, and hopefully, voting gun safety. So that you can remain a nobody too.
ps: gotta teach the rather attractive husband to turn the flippin’ iphone sideways.
*Please commit to doing any action possible to make a positive change where you live, so our story doesn’t become your story. Join a group in your community. Send an email. Be a friend. Find a cause. Share on Facebook. Hold a sign. Make a difference.