The Silver Lining

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  1. Issa says:

    I have no words. Just prayers for Anna.

    Sigh. Hibernation doesn’t sound too bad right now. Think about football. That’s always a good one.

    Hugs friend.

  2. Beth says:

    That is so close to my place. I sobbed when I read about that. Oh, Anna, my heart goes out to you.

    I can’t wait for summer to be over for the mosquitoes as well as all this crazy shit. Earthquake? hurricane? Torrential rain? Away PLZ.

  3. sueinithaca says:

    That’s horrifying. And I feel totally justified for being the neighborhood goon and yelling at all the 10-year old boys to get away from the raging creek. (and then texting their mothers to come snatch them back). My own kids weren’t allowed off our lawn without holding my hand yesterday or today. We live 2 blocks from the creek, but people were acting really unpredictable – as you might imagine of the yahoos who drive around when the sheriff has closed all the roads in the county. Mean mom fist bump!

    My thoughts go out to that family. My heart hurts just thinking about it.

  4. Alexandra says:

    I saw your tweet first about Anna.

    I couldn’t believe it then, and I still can’t believe it now.

    I just can’t.

  5. norm says:

    Oh my God. I can’t imagine.

  6. Ann says:

    Sometimes the burden of safe is so fucking impossible.

    Whoa, I guess I just entered the angry phase of my grief for Anna.

  7. Laurie says:

    I always describe myself as an optimistic realist.

    It’s your job and the duty of your heart as you understand it to protect them. Fuck grace.

    I say with so much love, for them, and for you. :)

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