Prayers for the 26 families today

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Real Estate Agent with Carolina One Real Estate

Lifting up and giving all the prayers, thoughts, and well wishes we can give today to the families and friends of the 26

Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina is thinking of you often and wraps our arms of support around you.

Neighbor's touching sand weighted candle bags with a name on each:

Candles

Posted by

Laura Sargent

ABR, CSP, SFR

Carolina One Real Estate 

Email Me: LauraSargent.RealEstate@gmail.com

Direct: 843-509-2375

Helping clients buy and sell real estate in Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Isle of Palms, Sullivans Island, North Charleston, Hanahan, Goose Creek, Summerville, Moncks Corner, James Island, Johns Island, and Folly Beach


 

 

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Karen Anne Stone
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Laura, what an absolutely beautiful thought.  Very touching.  Just thinking about this brings tears to my eyes.

These poor families will never, ever be the same.  Yes, 26 innocents have been taken from Newtown.  But, the number of those who loved those 26... and who are now left behind to grieve... just leaves me speechless.

Dec 25, 2012 10:31 AM #1
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Joetta Fort
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I hope touching thoughts like these bring some tiny measure of comfort to the families and friends, knowing their loss is not forgotten.

Dec 26, 2012 12:35 AM #2
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Karen Anne Stone
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Laura, from my point of view, I think the main thing here is that these grievously hurting families at the very least... know that they are not alone.

One of the many, many painful things about being in a tragedy like this... is thinking that no one understands.  Unfortunately, for each of these families in pain, there are twenty-five others who really DO understand their pain.

Dec 26, 2012 03:55 AM #3
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