Friday, December 14, 2012

Taking off My Glasses ...



I take my glasses off when I cry ...
In order to wipe the tears.

I've been taking off my glasses a lot lately.




My heart and soul weeps and grieves for the loss of innocents this morning in Connecticut. I simply can't comprehend the scope of this tragedy.

God Bless the Children.
Gather them Close to Your Heart.


17 comments:

Laura said...

I think everyone feels tearful tonight over this horrific tragedy... your photo is astonishingly beautiful Clytie.

Terry said...

Howdy Clytie
I too have shed many tears today ,
my how it hurts
when sorrow stikes suddenly
with a spiritual blow
that sends us reeling .
However we can dedicate
our tears,love and prayers
to all those
touched by todays events .
God Bless you sweet friend .
May peace fall upon you
and cover you this day
and for all the days to come !
Love with hugs from Texas
Until next time
Peaceful Trails

Lynette said...

I do the same thing, Clytie. Such a sad, sad, day. Thank you for your God bless the children, gather them close to your heart. Thank you.

namaki said...

What a nice post !

'Tsuki said...

Completly unexpected, and so funny ! Nice one, Clytie !

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

Truly sad and senseless.

TheChieftess said...

What a wonderful photo to commemorate such a truly horrific tragedy.

Audrey said...

tres jolie photo ;o)

Beth Niquette said...

It has been a very hard week--tragedy hard on the heels of our own losses. This heart fills my eyes...

Not only because of the extraordinary nature of this photograph, but because the picture fills my heart. And brings tears. And touches me to my inner soul.

Grannie Annie said...

Cea your photo is stunning and expresses simply and completely the feelings in my heart. I have been taking off my glasses a lot this week too and asking God why and what can we do to stop it. Love you

James said...

Sadness is all around us but your reflection gives us hope.

yoan Vaillant said...

Très belle photo ! j'aime beaucoup :) !

Tina´s PicStory said...

great pic for all this sadness ♥

Tammie Lee said...

yes, entirely sad....
of course your glasses would make a heart ;-)

Patty said...

Yes, it's very hard to grasp and imagine. Doesn't seem real. So many questions and so few answers. Probably never will be answers. I can only hope and pray the families will one day be healed and have faith again. What some of those little ones experienced is like a solider coming home from a war. Nightmares for a long time.

So happy Alan got such good news.

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

It's terrible, and the pain could only be felt by us. Experiencing it must be… there is no word.

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