I care, but…

Where would we be without you?

Look around you, what do you see?  Do you see a perfect world that you enjoy being a part of?  Do you see a world that is less than perfect, but you are content, so it’s not so bad?  Or do you see a world with misplaced priorities;  a world where Athletes are the Heroes, the Good Guys, even if they do sucker-punch their 100 pound Wife and knock her out in an elevator occasionally.  A world where the media hangs on every word of a Team Owner; a man your Children just possibly have noticed on the evening news, with his hands where they shouldn’t be on a woman who isn’t his wife.

So you DO CARE, you don’t like the inequalities that exist in the world as it is now;  but you have nothing to offer in the way of talent, you are uncomfortable and shy when it comes to speaking when more than one stranger is present.

Join the club, I just described me.  I was and still am, a bookworm, Ms Librarian, OK a nerd, I said it.  A short time ago, I was offered(?) a job as Editor of a G+ page for a group of people(strangers).  I was petrified, the first week it would seem to take half a day to type a very short post(OK, so I didn’t have to look these strangers in the eye, it seemed as if I was standing right in front of them), I would type 1 letter and then check to see if I had misspelled “a”, I was a nervous wreck by dinner every single night, and on the 3rd night was threatened with force feeding or a feeding tube by a certain tyrant.  But an unbelievable thing happened, these strangers were more than understanding, many were and still are there, day or night for me.(especially Bunny)

Then one day “she” joined Our Circle(“she” is actually 2 very different women, 1 is a brain, I just had to mention you Caroline), she was everything I ever daydreamed or imagined me being.  April was beautiful, talented, a very good parent, and even cared for others.(my 3 are actually at least 5, since I inherited 2 from my alter-ego and The Tyrant)

Please don’t mistake who I am intending this for, if you read each word, everyone mentioned and implied is who I am writing this for, but read on so you will know YOU TOO are desperately needed, to effect the change this world so badly needs.

I hesitate to think where we would be at this point in time without you.  A caring heart big enough, and with so much love, for everyone and every living thing in Our World, and you in  your GOD given caring way, already have all the above mapped and cataloged in your heart, which included this nerd.  You mean so much to me, and it is only right that I share at least a part of what Our Circle has been Blessed with. This is Our Circle’s April:

 

17 yr-old enrolled in Hurst Hills Elementary

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Teen posing as 12-year-old faces child porn charge

Hurst police arrested a 17-year-old posing as a 12-year-old in an HEB ISD school for possession of child pornography.  A second man, 28, who posed as the father was also arrested on charges of possession with intent to Promote Child Pornography and Sale/Display of Harmful Material.

Police said Ricardo Javid Lugo, 17, had been enrolled at Hurst Hills Elementary School in Hurst as a 12-year-old using fake documents. Lugo enrolled in Aug. 2014 and Randy Ray Wesson, 28, posed as Lugo’s father. The two schemed to recruit potential victims from the school for both of them.

According to an arrest affidavit, Lugo and Wesson met on Instagram in late 2013 and early 2014. Wesson told investigators Lugo was unhappy at home in Juarez. Mexico and he was 12-years-old. In either late February or early March, Wesson drove to El Paso and watched Lugo walk across the border and came back to Fort Worth with Wesson.  Wesson told investigators he and Lugo have had a sexual relationship since that time.

District officials said in a release: “There was no indication that the student’s records were forged or that the student was too old to attend elementary school. The student’s behavior at school also did not raise any concerns.”

Acting on a tip from The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, police searched Wesson’s Fort Worth home and found more than 42,000 images of child pornography on computers, thumb drives and his phone. Investigators also found images of Hurst Hills students on Lugo’s phone.

Wesson faces a $3 million bond. Lugo’s bond is set at $250,000.
Detectives have reason to believe there are additional victims who haven’t been identified.

District officials said they personally contacted parents of sixth grade students on Wednesday to inform them of the news. A letter is being sent home with all Hurst Hills students.