As I pulled up to my house I realized my dog was outside and my door was open. I didn’t think too much of it at first I just thought I didn’t shut the door well enough and it came open. As I walked to my front door I was on alert thinking something might not be right. As I turned to the door two men stood in my doorway one holding the Glock 19 I just left in my house on my table that I decided I didn’t need.
“I’ll only be out for a few minutes.” That’s what I said when I exited the house and jumped in the truck and realized that my firearm was still sitting on top of my office desk. Sadly, this wasn’t the first time I have said this, but this day would prove to be the last time I ever use that line as an excuse to not be armed . . .