Sharing my Lowcountry adventures, one day at a time!
Tears! Monsters can't hear the words of innocent children because they are empty inside.
this is such a beautiful yet heartbreaking post...i love the little girl's drawing...she is an old soul...prayers...sad and scary times...
My husband and I have watched the events of the past week on the news but to see your photos and this little girl's drawings really impacts me. We now see that this could have happened to us or any one of our relatives while attending church. I am so impressed with the spirit of love and forgiveness that the folks of Charleston have exhibited. May God bless America.
I read your post this morning and started my day with a few more tears. I thought of you and your beautiful city when it happened and I hoped you would do a post. You've done a beautiful post my friend. Thank you and God bless you and everyone there. Sweet hugs, Diane
Thank you for this meaningful tribute to your city. The pictures really bring home the tragedy and sorrow, but what hope and love that is pouring forth. Charleston is in many prayers.
The answer to that question is simple....Sin.Very poignant and touching post.
How I wish I knew the real answer to that question. I don't know. There has always been good and bad. Sometimes I'm really ready to go and other times I wish I could be around to see peace and love sweep our world ...what is happening is so sad.. I'm an optimist and I believe love always wins against hate. The way the city's people reacted to this tragedy is a giant step toward peace that passes all understanding.
I'm visiting because I saw "thrifting and Lowcountry...I have a place in Cherry Grove, NMB, and thought...wow...bet we shop at some of the same thrift stores. Now that I'm here, please allow me to say...what a tremendous tribute!Madeleine, we are all broken until we find our rest in God, the one who made us in His image. Sometimes, people lose their way and can't find it back. They turn to the dark side and upon their leaving this earth, they are lost forever. Beautiful child, trust Him, who loves you more than His life itself.
I think I will always think of Charleston as the city of angels from now on. The people's behavior at such a time would have made the "nine new angels"..proud!!