I had been busy shopping with my granddaughter today and did not hear the news till this evening. Just listening to Brian Williams made tears run down my face. Such a loss! The reference to this happening just before the holidays puzzles me, like if this had happened any other time of the year would not have been as bad. I'm sure that is not what they meant, but the loss of children is horrific no matter when it happens. I did appreciate Brian and Ann Curry's statement about not interviewing the victims' parents or other relatives. Finally, some semblance of decorum from the media.
I agree, Norma. I said to Don just before I read your comment that Christmas would never be the same for these people. The horror is equal at any time but the association of this at a time of year that is so filled with joy makes it a wound that will always be revisited in a terrible and prolonged way . . . year after year after year.
Annie...Thank you so much for your kind comments about my little series of pictures. Yours is so pretty. I can tell that you were as devastated as I was. At the time I learned of the tragedy I had 8 boys in detention for bullying. There were too many for my little room so I had them all spread out in the library in silence all afternoon. I sat on the sofa just saying the rosary over and over and over again. It was all I could do. When is it going to end? genie
Sweet Annie, may our love hold us each gently, this heaviness in our hearts, this sadness unspeakable... I love you sweet friend and hold you to in my prayers and I am so grateful that I can connect and join with you in prayer, love, and in our faith... XOXOXO
your words comfort me today when my heavy heart needs comforting. thank you, annie.
So sorry and saddened to hear the news of this happening in your country Annie.
Our hearts all go out to those affected.
a beautiful tribute...holding these dear souls in light and lovex..x
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