Hang in there T. It's tough for everyone. We can work harder to make this world a better place.
Man. You read so much about everything in the news and it sort of desensitizes you to it all. But when it's someone you know, it suddenly makes everything real. :/My heart and prayer go out to his family.
I am so very sorry, Sara.
It is never easy. I remember still the time I had my first two marines die while we were off doing our stuff. Both were kids. I still remember it vividly even today.I hope you are okay and you have my prayers.
That is terrible. Particularly in light of the tragedy at Virginia Tech.
We just lost a local kid, too. Heartbreaking. He was in the class between my daughter and my son and they both knew him a little. My daughter called me in tears and said 'He was just a baby!'. Heartbreaking, just heartbreaking. What's worse is that he had emailed his parents the day before and said he didn't think we were doing much good over there. So very, very sad.
Ouch. My heart goes out to you. And to his family. So sorry.
So sorry to hear about your former student...they all need to come home, and soon!
Sorry to hear that Sara. Andrew graduated in 2005. My heart is heavy for everyone who knew him.
"just like that..." Shalom. Rice
Man that's tough. Prayer's for you and his family and friends, and a heartfelt thanks to all of the men and women who serve this country so faithfully.
Sorry to hear this news. You know you are always in my thoughts and prayers.
I'm really sorry to hear about that young man.
I'm sorry to hear that, it's so hard when the losses become personal. My heart goes out to his family...
That's so sad- I am so very sorry. We forget that these things happen to people sometime.
I am sorry to hear such tragedy. May his family be consoled by the love of God.Peace in Him.
::hugs::Hang in there Sara...
I'm sorry to hear that. One of the hazards of the job. :(
I agree with Chris. We hear about deaths in Iraq every single night on the news. After awhile you forget that those are people's brothers and husbands/wives, former students...I am so sorry, Sara. Makes it so much more real.Jodi
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