Monday, March 14, 2011

ABC WEDNESDAY LETTER " I "



IN MEMORIAM

I just want to offer my thoughts and condolences to the
INDIVIDUALS of Japan.
Their lives have INDEED been IMPACTED by the
INCOMPREHENSIBLE earthquake, tsunami and aftershocks.
I cannot IMAGINE going through the tragedy that has occurred.
My prayers go out to them .
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37 comments:

Ginny said...

Georgous flowers, they look a bit like primroses. The Japan disaster just keeps getting worse.

Sandra said...

beautiful flowers, and a perfect tribute amen and amen.

Olivier said...

une belle fleur "in memorian" , beau post

Tim said...

Beautiful photo and I share your thoughts regarding the catastrophe in Japan.

Hilary said...

It's inconceivable. Lovely post, Sue.

THE OLD GEEZER said...

Amen! Japan most certainly needs our prayers and support at this time.

~Ron
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Wanda said...

What a beautiful way to share your love and concern for a tragedy so far away....yet we all feel so close to it, with the endless and sad pictures we are getting daily.


Thank you Sue.

Dave said...

We also feel a great sadness and thoughts for the people of Japan. I can't imagine anything worse. Bad enough without the nuclear dangers - Dave

LC said...

Beautiful flowers; thoughtful words. Amen.

Hildred and Charles said...

A beautiful and compassionate post.

Leslie: said...

What a lovely post today. It was, indeed, a shocking weekend and I join you in wishing everyone well.

Leslie
ABCW Team

Jingle said...

fun i words ..
well penned.

Kate said...

It is a lovely tribute, and I fear that the situation is getting worse and worse. I read an article today about how very hard hit the elderly have been, unable to move quickly. The same generation who had to endure the nuclear bomb attacks. Man and nature have given them terrible blows.

Nanka said...

INCOMPREHENSIBLE earthquake, tsunami, aftershocks and now nuclear emergency!!

Our prayers go out to they!!

Thank you for the remembrances.

Reader Wil said...

Thank you for this important post. We all keep thinking of the situation in Japan. I hope that the nuclear power plant can be controlled soon.

Carver said...

Beautiful flowers and tribute to Japan which has suffered so much.

Jane and Chris said...

Amen.
Jane x

LisaF said...

Lovely sentiment. And the memorial flowers are lovely as well. I think the whole world is grieving for them.

Anna said...

A most touching tribute Sue. It is impossible to imagine how much the lives of those affected have been changed in such a short space of time :(

Tumblewords: said...

A beautiful, beautiful post. I, too, cannot imagine how people survive disasters like this.

Gigi Ann said...

What a beautiful tribute. Our thoughts and prayers are with them.

Roger Owen Green said...

yes. nothing more to say.

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Anonymous said...

what a very inspirational tribute...thanks for sharing and thanks for dropping by...great to be here!

Dhemz said...

what a very inspirational tribute...thanks for sharing and thanks for dropping by...great to be here!

Ms. Burrito said...

Interesting!


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♥♥ Willa ♥♥ said...

Very Inspirational message.

Thanks for visiting my ABC Wednesday

Rajesh said...

Tsunami at Japan is very unfortunate.

Paula Scott said...

It is incomprehensible and seems insurmountable, this disaster. Thank you for the tribute.

AVCr8teur said...

It is so sad to watch the unfolding disaster on tv. You said it well with your picture and words.

Pranavam Ravikumar a.k.a. Kochuravi said...
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Pranavam Ravikumar a.k.a. Kochuravi said...

Great post. Let us pray for them.

Jay at The Depp Effect said...

A beautiful, simple tribute to those caught up in an unimaginable disaster. I still can't quite wrap my mind around it.

Cezar and Léia said...

Words full of feelings.
Thanks for this beautiful post!
Léia

EG Wow said...

Beautiful photo and post!

Meryl said...

Touchingly beautiful.
Amem.

Cildemer said...

A beautiful shot and a very nice and touching tribute to the victims of the catastrophe in Japan!

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Shammickite said...

I agree, the things that are happening in japan right now are awful. I wish I could help more.