MC, of the bread blog Farine, lost her six-year old grandson, Noah, in the Connecticut massacre.
Condolences can be posted at her blog, http://www.farine-mc.com/
This may be a better link to reach mc's page...
Sigh. No words.
Grievous news! he'll rest in peace for eternity, little Noah.
Noah's family and the families of all of the other children have my deepest sympathy.
We've gotta stop with these anti-depressants and what not that cause these disturbed individuals from being so detached from reality ...these shootings simply have to stop. Warning labels are not the answer...
For the moment, let's put discussion about politics and policy aside to remember Noah. MC has posted a moving eulogy to her dear grandson on her blog:
I read about Farine's loss in facebook, and at once remembered my son's first days in school. It is hard to imagine anything more awful.
For anyone who knows her, or any of these parents, grandparents, siblings of children or adults reach out ....months years from now continue, to reach out. Friends, strangers it doesn't matter, grieving parents, siblings, families need constant encouragement they still have purpose, love and a future.
The agony really is sometimes just so insurmountable
article opens with a few sentences on Noah this morning - http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/18/nyregion/two-funerals-for-two-6-year-old-boys-in-newtown.html?ref=todayspaper&_r=0 Noah - rest in peace. -Varda
so much for these familes.
Noah, rest in Peace.
to express sympathy for the anquish that Noah's family is going through. My heart truly aches for him and all of his family and little friends who were with him on that terrible day. I've heard some of the parents say they find some solace thinking of them together, holding hands and playing as they did so many times. May he rest in peace in the company of angels.