Amen... So much loss, devastation and unknown...
Mine too, Inger!Nice picture, BTW.
It's a tragedy. I feel for them, truly.
Such a tragedy Inger. It’s hard to watch on tv and the issues just keep coming. My heart is weary for them and I try to think of myself being in their shoes and how I would feel. It’s devastating. Blessings to you on this Sunday morning friend,Amy
What a tragedy. My thoughts and prayers go out to them also.
Those poor people will suffer for a long time. I can't imagine putting your life together again after such devastation but it was done in New Orleans so it will also happen in Japan. Love and peace,
It's hard to imagine the magnitude of the disaster, isn't it? My prayers, also, go out to the people of Japan at this horrific time.
It's so sad. We are praying.
It seems so far away yet so close at the same time. This will affect the world.
Hellow sweet Inger. I gave you an award today. Please come by and pick it up when you like. :)
Inger, it is so upsetting to watch on TV. I can't even imagine how long it will take to rebuild....:)JP
Thank you so much for your kind comments. I believe that the people of Japan will come back, but before that happens we will learn that their losses have been enormous. Thank you texwisgirl, I will visit you right now.--Inger
Nature's powers are are truly awe-inspiring. They can be something wonderful or so frightening and sad, like this quake and tsunami. I, too, feel for the Japanese people. I hope you and Errol are feeling better.
Well said Inger. Such a tragedy.
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Just found your blog through phantom kitty. This is a beautiful photo to go with your sentiment today.The people of Japan are certainly in our thoughts and prayers as they deal with this tragedy.
Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger