19 April 2013
Until my home lifts itself from the chaos into which its been plunged, this blog will be on hiatus. I will be back, hopefully soon, but for the moment I'm more concerned with how I'm going to explain whats happening here in Boston to my children than I am with what I or anyone else may be wearing. I appreciate your patience in this matter.
Posted by Joe at 11:07 AM
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I wish you and your loved ones all the best.
sad days over there my friend, I am sure all your regular worldwide readers wish you and yours a safe passage through this, I for one shall miss your postings and eagerly await your return, stay safe and keep your family close.
My thoughts and prayers are with/for the people of Boston - and especially those like you whom I've come to "know".
I KNOW you'll provide the security and just the right amount of information to help your children remain happy and feel safe in your care.
How very sad.
Priorities are priorities..we'll be here when you get back.
Take care of yourself and your family. Prayers go with you. Be safe!!!!
I've got many friends in Boston... I wish you the best. Kudos to you for having your priorities straight. Many thoughts and prayers are coming your way. 591
This is everyday life in many, many countries in our world. Rest assured that parents in Iraq and Afghanistan don't feel the need to explain to their children what's happening. Let's hope that we never come to that point.
Thanks to the Nazis, the IRA and other more recent people-haters, we also know rather too well about this kind of awful situation over here in England.
The best riposte is Keep Calm and Carry On. Try to keep to your usual routines as far as possible, otherwise the b------s think they win.
Sent you a note on FB...hoping you guys were okay. So dreadful. I agree with Nick~~keep things as normal as possible and set the example as Mom & Dad of keeping calm. Best to your family,
I'm a newcomer to your blog and I'm very grateful to you for all of the valuable information and insight that you provide. Take care of yourself and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you and all of those affected by this senseless mess.
This story about a quote from Mr. Rogers seems a very logical way to explain the situation to your children. Only a suggestion, sir. Good luck.
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