Tomorrow signifies another Mother’s Day. This week also marks the one year anniversary of the passing of my own mother. Her intense charm captivated all who knew her. Surprisingly, that same intensity played out just the opposite at home. It would be easy to identify her lack of consistent engagement in anything fundamental to motherhood as producing the varying results which drove us all crazy. In other words, us kids were left to our own devices to figure out how to navigate growing up. With that, I tried my best to bring a consistent and easy to understand set of basics to my children’s upbringing. But, dealing with human beings is just not the same as dealing with a firearm! My kids tried their best to deliver consistent resistance to every behavior and event they presented to me. Somehow, we all came out of it alive and well, educated, degreed, and responsible citizens. So, my reverence and awe to the task of motherhood, a job which never really ends, leaves me to conclude: I think hitting the X -mark at 50 yards with a 4″ barrel revolver makes for a less frustrating and confounding endeavor!! Happy Mother’s Day to all.
NRA Firearms Instructor – Nancy Rothschild
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