This weekend my friend Megan shared this photo with the hashtag #prayfornewtown.

It was the first I had heard.

Christmas Blur

With this tragedy still fresh on my mind, I just don’t feel right posting a recipe.

This post is a virtual moment of silence for all those kids, the sweet kids, and hardworking adults who lost their lives on Friday.

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  1. It is so incredibly sad and heartbreaking.

  2. Hi kids I guess we all mourn for these families and community . Our hearts are broken . God is mourning with us. To think he gave His life for us ,because He loved us so much. And then something like this happens . These things don’t happen because He hates us ,but Satan and his angels arebusy destroying wheren he can ,have a good christmas with the Cebu family Love you G’ma R.

  3. Such a terrible terrible tragedy. Sending all my love and thoughts to those families and the poor little treasures who lost their lives along with the brave adults trying to protect them.

  4. Erin {Lemon Sugar} says:

    Right there with you. I’m trying to get back to normal, but normal has changed for me…so I don’t know how to do it.

    It must be hard to be so far away in times like this…

  5. You couldn’t have said it better Lindsay.

  6. Amen. And also continue to remember those affected by previous shootings who relive their experience when other tragedies happen.

  7. Kudos to you

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