Monday, April 20, 2009

In Memory

"Give sorrow words; the grief that does not speak whispers the o'er-fraught heart and bids it break." ~William Shakespeare

Today's blog post is in honor and memory of all those killed in, and affected by, the Columbine shootings 10 years ago today.

How can it be 10 years? I still remember where I was when I first heard.

There's a new book out, titled Columbine, that apparently delves quite deeply into the two shooters and the aftermath of the attack. While it obviously won't be uplifting or easy to read, I plan on picking it up. I'll let you know what I think~


Marianne Arkins said...

When my DD was born, I kept the front page of the newspaper for her -- and it was all about Columbine. Not really what I would have wished to welcome her into the world. Since I lived in Colorado until only four months before that happened, it really hit home.

Mary Ricksen said...

I for one can just not imagine how someone could hurt another person.
It's so basic to nature the fear of such a thing. The sickness is so apparent, how could it be missed by the parents? There had to have been signs.