April 17

Shocked, stunned, wordless.

As a runner, as a Boston native, as an American.

Praying for Boston. Wordless.

48 comments:

OneDay/LJCM said...

Happy WW! Have a wonderful day. :)

Sue St Clair said...

Happy WW everyone!

my WW blog entry

Monica said...

The past 30 hours have been very tragic indeed! My heart is breaking for all involved.

stevebethere said...

Was an awful event...shocking.

Thanks for the Linky


Bed and Breakfast
http://bethere2day.com/wordless-wednesday-breakfast-in-bed/


PhotoLeoGrapher said...

... indeed... pray for those who are and those who are not...

alicia said...

Well said. I'm choosing to focus on the hope and goodness of humanity instead of the sadness...

Judy Haughton-James said...

I am very sorry about what happened in Boston. I have relatives there. Thanks for hosting.

New Jersey Memories said...

I love Boston. It's a great and very beautiful city. Since I live in the NYC metro area, I have lived in the shadow of terrorism and I know how horrible it is. My heart goes out to everyone in Boston.

AVCr8teur said...

Happy WW! Thanks for hosting again. My post this week is Crazy Bird-Do's.

Marcie said...

As a Bostonian..and someone who watched from the sidelines - here's my response: http://www.marciescudderphotography.com/home/2013/4/16/begin-within.html

LifeRamblings said...

such a sad tragedy.

Thanks for hosting WW again.

enchantedhue.com said...

thanks for dedicating this to my chosen home town!

Stacy Uncorked said...

Praying here, too.



Happy WW!

WW: Dorky Cat

Kevin said...

Today's theme is: Paddle!

Robin said...

Spring is doing its best to bust out.

Corkscrew hazel: http://rustyring.blogspot.com/

Happy WW everyone!

Robin
Rusty Ring: Reflections of an Old-Timey Hermit

Marko said...

Hi everyone! With this weeks photo I am ending a series on a trip to the cute little fishing port town of Chioggia in Italy.

You are very welcome to check out some gorgeous photos from this town just next to Venice:
http://www.travel-pb.com/search/label/Chioggia

Enjoy!

Jennifer {Life Darling} said...

Happy WW! I hope everyone has a great day!

Roslyn said...

We are all horrified and pray for the victims of another terrorist attack, meant to cower us and destroy our nation from the inside.
We will not submit.

Cafe au lait said...

Happy WW!

Simply Delicious said...

Happy WW to all.

Joel said...

Show me....

Liz said...

Happy WW, all!

Tracy Iglesias said...

My Tuesday post was so late going up I'm counting for Wordless Wednesday this week, so alas, I'm not entirely Wordless!

I took a moment of silence and have been sending non-stop prayer to Boston, it is one of my favorite cities and the coverage is making memories of 09/11 just flood back into my mind!

Thanks for hosting my favorite linky, I linked up again this week!

Wishing you all happy signs of Spring to plant the seeds of hope in all of our hearts!

Jaye said...

Thinking of you today, the power of people to destroy never stops shocking me. ((Hugs))

Donna DeForbes said...

Happy WW! Thanks for hosting :)

Onica MommyFactor said...

This week I'm going back to school!

http://www.mommyfactor.net/2013/04/back-to-school-back-to-work-wordful.html

Happy WW!

Mother Of Mad Cats and Babies said...

We watched with horror and sadness from the UK at what happened. So awful! :(

Dianna said...

Thanks for hosting.
It's tragic for America, and must be especially painful for someone who calls Boston home.

From The Heart said...

Thank you for hosting WW. I also have relatives living in the Boston area
..terrible!

Carroll Pellegrinelli said...

More than just egg whites....

Happy WW!

ramblinginthegarden said...

Another Wednesday - but always different from the last! Thanks for hosting

Texas, a Cat in New York said...

Purrs to a happy wordless Wednesday everyone!

matildamagtree said...

You are getting hungry... and this makes you anxious.

:)
Happy WW.

Steve Fraser said...

My heart is heavy over the tragic events in Boston. I am also a runner and have run Boston twice. It is an incredible experience! So sad that the evil of this world has marred this joyous event.

Nichole said...

Trying to smile in Boston today...

Nichole said...

Trying to find something to smile about in Boston today...

Karen Harrington said...

Happy Wednesday!

Cyndi said...

Thank you for hosting!

Tasha W said...

My heart is with those affected by this senseless tragedy.

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis'» new ankle!

SuziQoregon said...

Mine's up

seen in the woods.

Being Gluten Free said...

Thanks for hosting!

Sara Chapman in Seattle USA said...

Something beautiful, a dark red checkered tulip, for you today: http://www.lovethatimage.com/blog/2013/04/red-fritillaria/

Marcie said...

There are no words for what happened on Monday.

TC Harris said...

Happy WW!

Mine is up: http://tc-twistedfairytale.blogspot.ca/2013/04/wordless-wednesday-peek-boo-mommy.html

Suburban Style Challenge said...

Happy WW! Thanks for the linky!

Susan ~ Southern Fascinations said...

Words cannot express the sorrow...

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I think everybody is shocked.