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Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Last week DH and I took a short break and we went away for few days, to Malvern; and yes, I spent some of that time at the Malvern Quilt Show. I have many pictures to share with you, from the show and from the rest of our trip.
When I was going through the pictures last night, planning to post them today, a news flesh appeared on my screen, about "an incident" in Manchester; no one knew at that point just how bad that "incident" was, the horror of it. We know now.
My heart goes out to all the families who have lost a loved one, some of them so, so young, youngest just 8 years old, younger then my granddaughter. I just can't imagine...........
I feel that today belongs to the people of Manchester.
My trip can wait.

4 comments:

  1. Hugs from me.. It is hard for me to express my feelings in english, take care.

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  2. We are very sad for the families of the victims and everyone who was there. By this we are all diminished. Thank you for providing an opportunity to pay respects.

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  3. my daughter is waiting still to hear about a girl that is still missing, having lived in Manchester both my daughters knew people who were there, such a tragedy so good to see how the local people came to help taxi drivers etc there is badness around but so much good too, I pray for all those who lost loved ones and those injured

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  4. I was so sad to wake up to the news yesterday - we listen to radio 4 in bed in the mornings and I could tell by the voice of the announcer that something awful was coming. We send our love and prayers to all involved. xx

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