Monday, April 16, 2007

For the Victims

Please pray for the families who lost their loved ones at the terrifying shooting at Virginia Tech. Please keep the injured in your thoughts and hope for their quick recovery.

Let's also hope and pray for healing for the people touched by this tragic event.

7 comments:

Betty said...

Wasn't it horrible? Every time something like this happens, it is worse than the time before.

Peggy said...

The loss of so many young people, in the prime of their lives. Such a waste!

I hate guns.

her indoors said...

i hate guns, and violence of any kind, yes our thoughts and prayers are with the families who lost their loved ones

Ellie said...

That was so tragic, when I heard about it it just makes me sick to my stomach.

susan said...

It just breaks my heart to think of those poor young kids...they were just on the cusp of their lives...it's so very sad...

Tink said...

I'm so furious and heartbroken over this. My thoughts and prayers go out to all involved.

Michelle said...

Did you read about the "orange and maroon" effect? I believe there's a little blurb about it on Pink is the new Blog that everyone should wear maroon and/or orange this Friday to show their solidarity for those at the school. Wait... I'll go look...

Yup... here it is:
Virginia Tech family members across the country have united to declare this Friday, April 20th, an "Orange and Maroon Effect" day to honor those killed in the tragic events on campus Monday, and to show support for Virginia Tech students, faculty, administrators, staff, alumni, and friends. "Orange and Maroon Effect" was born several years ago as an invitation to Tech fans to wear orange and maroon to Virginia Tech athletic events. We invite everyone from all over the country to be a part of the Virginia Tech family this Friday, to wear orange and maroon to support the families of those who were lost, and to support the school and community we all love so much.