Sunday, December 16, 2012

It's hard to be inspired to blog when such tragedy has taken place in the world. Suddenly everything stops, and all of the trivial things that usually hold such importance in our every day lives fade to grey. We are left holding tight to the things that really matter, friends, family and loved ones. I have been reading and watching so much coverage on this terrible event, ranging from facts to opinions and obviously including some very strong feelings and political beliefs. Yet I find myself completely at a loss for words. I suppose I still haven't been able to wrap my mind around what has happened and I'm not sure if one ever really can. I am so thankful for all of the wonderful people I have in my life and I am thankful for each day I am granted.

A few people to keep in your prayers:
The innocent children and adult victims at Sandy Hook Elementary school.
The families who lost loved ones.
The families whose children and loved ones survived this horrific event but will forever be changed by it.
The first responders - Police and officials who had to witness the aftermath of what happened and tell parents that their children and loved ones were never coming home.
The teachers who risked their lives protecting their classrooms full of young innocent 6 year olds.
The town of Newtown, CT.

Bisous - Elle


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