Monday, December 17, 2012

In Remembrance of the Sandy Hook Victims


I’d planned a lighthearted post for today, but after the events at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut Friday, I just can’t write about overflowing bookshelves or what I learned about my word of the year this year. Frankly, I don’t know what words would be appropriate at this time. All I can do is grieve for the families affected, and be thankful that my family is whole and healthy.

It doesn’t seem like enough. I want to do something, though what that might be I don’t know. Several suggestions are circulating on the internet, including sending cards to the school, wearing green and white (the school’s colors) in support and remembrance, or donating money in support of the victims’ families. This thoughtful blog post regarding mental health issues at Anarchist Soccer Mom is worth a read, also.

There are no words to adequately express the sorrow that we all feel. No matter what we do or don't do, we'll never be quite the same.

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2 comments:

Cheryl Gebhart said...

I don't know what to say either - I don't think there's anything very helpful to say. It's just such an appalling tragedy.

I read that blog post you referenced too.

Kathy A. Johnson said...

I think the whole nation is reeling. It's just unbelievable.