Sad doesn’t begin to describe it

No post today, except to ask you all to remember the families who are mourning losses beyond my imagination.  Binghamton is only a half hour or so away, and the anchor city for our area.  It is doubly sad to me that the victims were working to become citizens of this country, when one of their fellows seemed unable to cope with his own disappointments and difficulties and turned his rage on them.  I’ll leave the analysis, the platitudes and the “when will this kind of thing end?” to others.  All I have are some tears and prayers for the families as they try to comprehend the way the world changed for them yesterday.  See you tomorrow.

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13 Responses to Sad doesn’t begin to describe it

  1. Daryl says:

    Such a sad sad waste of lives …

  2. Kate says:

    So many things don’t make sense. Tragic.

  3. you’re right, no words cover this.

  4. Dew Drops says:

    I saw this story on the news here last night. It is heartbreaking. My prayers go out to the families. They must be devestated.

  5. Janis says:

    It makes me very sad!

  6. annbb says:

    What is wrong with people? So much sadness.

  7. Brenda Kula says:

    Especially due to the current economic downturn in this country, and elsewhere, I think we’ll be seeing all sorts of craziness erupt. My husband is a psychiatrist. So I’m accustomed to the things people do when under duress, from listening to him. In my book, another reason to get rid of the damned guns. At least monitor them more closely and strengthen the laws.

  8. Lori says:

    Just got caught up on the news tonight and saw this story. So tragic….

  9. Ashleigh says:

    I was wondering how close the town was to you.
    That is tragic.

    World’s a crazy place now.

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