Sometimes I need a filter between my brain and my mouth.
This is not the way to get one.

Monday, 10 January 2011

How do you put into words

how much you are hoping things will be alright? How do you possibly tell someone, whom you've never met, had coffee with or spotted in the supermarket that you are hoping and asking for the goodness of the world to shine down on her and her family, and make everything okay again.

Lori, hun - I've never met you, but I feel like I know you. You have shared so much with us all. And let's be honest - our blogs are like our loungerooms. Inspired, sometimes messy and constantly undergoing a transformation of some kind, but warm, friendly and a place for us all to visit and have a chat.

I don't have the words to tell you how much I wish this terrible time weren't happening. And how you have so many people in this world who love you and are hoping for a miracle.

You, Tony, the Chop and the Bump are all in my thoughts and prayers, as you all are in everyone's, and I hope that with all of us working on it, your miracle won't be far away. x

Some wonderful people have put together a helping hand for Lori and her family at this difficult time. If you would like to help or just send a message of love and support, please visit Wanderlust and let her know you're out there.

1 comment :

  1. Beautifully put, Kel -- this is just how I feel, too. My heart is breaking over this whole sad time, and still hoping and praying for a miracle, because if ever anyone deserved one, it's Lori.


Thanks for the comment - it helps validate the fact that I'm not just talking to myself.

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