Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Prayers for Boston

Today we take time out of our regular blogging to send prayers to all those effected by the Boston tragedy.

While this tragedy is far away for us, it was brought closer to home as Lady's BFF's dad was running it. Her BFF and  her youngest son were also there. Lady had to wait for several hours to find out they were ok. They are ok because her BFF was running late cause she went shopping and her dad was a little behind where he should be thanks to a bathroom break and stopping to kiss the girls at Wellesley.

3 years ago the Lady went with her BFF and 3 sons to the marathon to watch her BFF's dad finish it for the first time, and to see the Lady's cousin run it. It was such a fun inspiring time. The Lady says this makes her feel even sadder.

So today let's all take time to remember the victims of this and all other manmade tragedies. Perhaps the human species can start to work together to prevent these horrible things.

Thoughts and prayers.

15 comments:

  1. We are saying a prayer for the people of Boston and our hearts go out to the whole country. Thank God your loved ones were OK. We lived through the bombing in London by the IRA and twice had lucky escapes.
    Best wishes Molly

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  2. Our thoughts and prayers too are with the folks in Boston and all those effected.

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  3. Very very sad, just heard about it only a few hours ago. Will be thinking of the poor people who were hurt, and their loved ones. Thanks for taking the time to remind everyone, thats why we love you Phod! Hugs Kirby and leah

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  4. So tragic. Our hearts go out to them all xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  5. They are in our prayers.
    Blessings,
    Goose

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  6. they are in our prayers today, mom said the humans need to get their act together and start having the compassion of us pugs!
    stella rose

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  7. Such a terrible crime. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the people and families affected as well.

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  8. This is such a terrible thing...glad your friend and family were okay. Prayers to Boston and those who were affected...

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  9. Thinking of all those peoples
    Benny & Lily

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  10. My Mom lived in MA, a half hour from Boston. She says, MA's happiest day of the year is now marred by bad memories. Patriots Day will never be the same again.
    Lovies, Miss Mindy

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  11. so glad that everyone you knew there is ok. Maybe one day we won't have to blog about these horrible events any longer

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  12. Very sad... I hope the same thing too.

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  13. its terrible and completely senseless. So sad

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  14. So glad your Lady's BFF's family is ok.
    Peace.
    Ranger

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