I always believed that one day I would learn that he had been killed while committing a crime. That was my worst fear.
This afternoon I learned that my worst fear didn't quite cover it.
My son Jeremy has been arrested and charged with murder, and evidently he has confessed to it and a second murder. He is presently in prison under a suicide watch.
Having read Lynn's blogs over the last three-plus years, I am not in the least bit surprised at the way she has decided to meet this horror head-on; nor could I admire her any more for that.
She follows up here and here. I offer my condolences to her and to the victims of her accused son's crimes.
(I actually learned of this because I read PJ's post about it before I headed over to Lynn's.)