March for Our Lives in Tallahassee

On Saturday I joined more than 2,500 people marching for common sense gun control in Tallahassee, FL. We gathered in front of Ruby Diamond Concert Hall and marched to the steps of the historic state Capitol building where more supporters awaited.

Young and old, we chanted for the entire length of the route. When one lead voice failed, another took up the chant. I cried more than once.

My back has been out of sorts lately, and I came close to staying home. In the end I said, “Screw it; I’m doing this.” Sometimes I make really great decisions. This was one of those times.

Peace, people.

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

20 thoughts on “March for Our Lives in Tallahassee”

  1. Good on you!
    I hope all those young people register to vote, as soon as they can. I think they will be the agent that makes a change for the better in this unbelievably tragic situation. Go, youth power.

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  2. I sincerely hope all these rallies do make a difference. I remember when the biggest problem at school was bullies and being first in line at the canteen. Guns should never be an issue for our kids. At least that is one problem we do not have here anymore. Best thing Australia ever did was gun reform. It has not stopped all the illegal guns, but it has made it very difficult to get your hands on one.

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      1. Hey, it’s awesome that you are out there and marching! And I’m so full of respect for the young people who are building this movement. For the first time in a long time, I feel hope that things might change.

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