Friday, December 14, 2012

Sending Prayers

As this day comes to a close, I realize why I just didn't feel like doing one of my usual posts.



The horrible tragedy that occurred in Connecticut has left me with a heavy heart.  My thoughts and prayers are with all those affected.  So many lives cut short.

14 comments:

Maureen Wyatt said...

Amen to that!

Victoria said...

So so so sad Rosemary. I just can't get my mind off it...I keep thinking about the presents these parents have already bought for their kids, the plans they had for the holidays, the clothes still sitting in their closets or, worse yet, the already worn clothes sitting in the laundry hamper. It's heart wrenching to even begin to think about:(

Karie's Chic Creations said...

Very true. Our hearts are so heavy. Such a tragedy. May God bless the families and the children. Karie

Burlap Luxe said...

Rosemary, I could hardly get out of bed today and when I did it was to think how blessed I am to have my daughter safe at home. The big picture here is to love one another showing love that will encourage love.

Praying for these families, and all those little babies.
Sad, beyond sadness.
Xox
Dore

Ellinor said...

I Pray for these Families
<3 Ellinor

Susan said...

Rosemary, I keep saying over and over that this world makes no sense to me anymore. I think this is so sad, those poor families and what they must be going through at this time. God Bless them all!

Anne said...

Keeping them all in my prayers.
xx
Anne

Pat C. said...

Thank you for your heartfelt post, Rosemary. I've been so torn apart by this horrific tragedy that I've become physically ill. And what I'm feeling is less than one billionth of one percent (if that) of what those poor little ones' parents are feeling. I would give anything to undo what happened, but all I can do is pray for the victims' families and for all those who have been affected by yesterday's senseless and unimaginable events.

Donna said...

My heart is heavy too, Rosemary. I can't stop thinking about those innocent children and adults. Sending prayers for their peace.

Nancy Carr said...

We are all impacted by the senseless act. Peace be with us all.

Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

It really is unfathomable. Our lives truly can change in an instant. Thanks for your post.

DownTheLaneWithDaisy said...

You just said what I've been feeling since I heard. Bless them.

CURIOUS BOYS said...

GOD BLESS THEIR INNOCENT LITTLE SOULS.

De tout, de rien said...

We're all shedding tears. Prayers and thoughts for the families and friends.