words we'd like never to have to use.
Have been thinking of you all day since I heard the news. Truly shocking. Hope you treasure the joyful ,peaceful memories of New Zealand that you have been sharing with us.
I have been unable to comment on your posts as we have had major BT problems ! Have missed you and just hope our tech experts have finally sorted the problem.
Oh I will treasure those memories and know that they are still the true New Zealanders' values. I do hope your frustrating tech problems are sorted!
Such complete sadness for such a terrible act on innocent people.
I know that is what most people are feeling too Linda.
All of that, Freda... i would add: incomprehensible.
Beyond understanding Julia,
It is just so hard to believe that this could happen in such a beautiful city.
The softest of targets Catherine and yes, hard to believe.
Simply awful. New Zealand is such a welcoming country, the last place I would have anticipated this happening.
I so agree.
It is Cath.
We are stunned. The streets are quiet. There is a long black cloud over New Zealand. My home. The irony of a new immigrant massacring other immigrants, in battered Christchurch, does not escape us.
How did it come to this?
Dear Maria our hearts go out to you and I wish there were words to comfort or explain. Good people everywhere are all in shock that such a thing should happen in your country which has a world wide reputation for friendliness and tolerance. Take care of each other. I know it is a cliche but our thoughts are with you..
Simply Bin It
Simply Do A Good Deed
Simply Get Rid
Simply Low Maintenance
Simply Seeing.. Or Not
An artist seeking a simpler life - (but not too simple!)All words and images copyright Freda Waldapfel 2010 - 2018
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