I’m not that girl your mother warns you about. I won’t break your heart or kiss your best friend.
I won’t make you choose between me and others.
I’m not cold or reckless or a bitch.
I’m the girl your father sometimes mentions when your mother isn’t around.
I will love you more than anything or anyone.
I’ll be there to hold you when you cry.
I’ll stand by you no matter what; until you decide you want other things.
And you’re just like your father so you will.
You’ll let me go and you’ll lose me.
I’ll miss you more than anything.
And you will too.
I know you will, but you won’t do anything about it.
And just like that we’ll never speak again.
I look for you in everyone.
A shooting Wednesday night left at least one person dead and at least 14 others wounded at Fort Hood, the sprawling Army facility that in 2009 was the site of the deadliest mass shootings ever at an American military base, law enforcement officials said.
There were conflicting reports of whether the gunman was dead. One senior federal law enforcement official said the gunman was a member of the military and had been killed. Another official said the gunman “has been neutralized,” although he would not say whether that meant he had been killed or was under arrest. Military officials would not confirm the status of the gunman.
The Fort Hood Press Center said that the injured were being treated at the Carl R. Darnall Medical Center on the post and at other local hospitals.
The shooting that sent Fort Hood in Killeen, Tex., into a lockdown sparked a massive police response and brought back memories of the deadly rampage there in November 2009. On Nov. 5, 2009, Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan opened fire inside the Soldier Readiness Processing Center, shooting unarmed soldiers and commissioned officers as they tried to hide under desks and tables. Major Hasan, a Muslim military psychiatrist, shot and killed 12 unarmed soldiers and one civilian while wounding or shooting at 30 other soldiers and two police officers.
On main Fort Hood, there is an active shooter, phone lines are down, so if you can Facebook the ones you loved, best way to get to them.
One person is already been confirmed shot and dead. eight injured
There are two confirmed shooters, they attacked a medical area on Fort Hood.
Signal boost this…..people need to contact their loved ones. Even if you don’t live in Texas, your followers might…
I’ll bring more news as it comes.
I know this all because I’m here…I live on Fort Hood..
After five years of wondering what to do next, I’ve decide to write it down, instead of orally ramble on to whoever will listen in my life. I am young for my thirty years, having to have grown up at such an early age. My parents, if you can call them parents, we’re incarcerated on and off throughout my younger years and imprisoned for my entire teenage years. I have two younger siblings who also shared the same foster home as I during the whole ordeal. I was making scrambled eggs for them since I can’t remember when. Today, my mom is on her back into the prison system for an automatic 6 months sentence because of her habitually failing to follow the laws man has created. She stole hamburger meat from the local grocery store. I have managed to escape the in and outs of jail. I have absolutely no idea how, but I have. I rebelled as soon as I got out of foster care, but was a minor in picking up most of my charges. I received a DUI after losing my husband when I was 24, lucky to have only that. And somehow it never shows up in California, where I live now. My sister, one year younger than I, has cleaned up a bit in recent years. Amanda was thought to be the one no one would worry about, yet has just as many felonies as my mother. In the end of our stint in foster care, she was like a straight A student, but soon after I was placed in a juvenile detention center, she began running around with all my friends, who were really just trouble. Eric,the baby of us, was just a baby when we went in, so his memory of them is almost obsolete. He’s 17 now. Gearing up for what I fear to be a disaster. My parents (degenerates) have condoned drug use and alcohol consumption for him an his friends for at least one year. Hard for me to tell being some 3,000 miles away. I was just able to get him out here and asked him to look for jobs, post ads on Craigslist for possible roommate situations, of which he did nothing but play video games and want to go to the boardwalk downtown. It was his Spring Break he said, no work. I told him he should probably join the Army for a little guidance. As much as I’d Iike to take him in, I can’t afford him. I live in Santa Cruz Ca living with a Cali boy who seems to have been raised to not help others just because while going through college classes at the local Community College. He spends his money on the things he feels money should be spent on, not like raising someone else’s kid, he says. I understand completely since he’s the bread to this basket I can’t ask him to pay for my kid brother.