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Saturday, December 15, 2012

In Remembrance

In remembrance of all the innocent lives that were lost in yesterday's shooting.

 My heart is heavy. Sending prayers upward for the families, friends, and the townspeople.

 Let's all hug the ones that we love, holding them a little closer.
Praying that the Lord will wrap His loving arms around all those who have been hurt by this horrible act.


NanaDiana said...

That is beautiful, Donna. Glittered and perfect-just like I imagine Heaven will be.
There is a Silence and Support happening on Tuesday in blog world. I will send you the graphic. xo Diana

Bente said...

Love your post Donna. We are in choc here in Norway too. I just can`t believe that something like this can happen.

Warm hug from me

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Beautiful post, Donna. They need all the prayers they can get. It breaks my heart.

Victoria said...

Gorgeous candle. I'm afraid to watch too much because I know they'll start giving more info on the little children that were lost soon...that will tear me up:(

Musings from Kim K. said...

Those children were Josie's age. She's been crawling into our bed the last few nights. We've been trying to shield her from the news. My husband's school position as a social worker has suddenly gotten a lot busier. It's just heart-wrenching.


Here in France, everyone had been amazed by this awful tragedy. Let's pray for them and there family.

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Susan EvelynAndRose said...

What a beautiful image to behold in this difficult time. This is a lovely and heartfelt post, Donna. We've been praying a lot here for those heartbroken families. I can envision that wonderful angels scooped up those babies' souls and brought them to heaven - just as this image depicts.
Merry Christmas to you dear Donna.