Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Christchurch Earthquake - One Year Anniversary





xo


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    1. Thanks, I can't take credit for the photos, unfortunately I couldn't be in Christchurch today. If you click on the photos it will take you to the page where it is from. :)

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  2. That is a very beautiful photographic tribute. I am praying for all the people affected by this tragedy.

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    1. That's really sweet of you, I'm joining you in praying. :)
      I have a lot of friends and family in Chch who were deeply affected by the earthquakes. One of our good friends passed away on Feb 22, so this has been a significant day for us to stop and remember.

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    1. It was good just reflecting for a day

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    1. They're lovely aren't they. I've seen so many more around that I could have shared, these were just the ones that summed up the day best for me.

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  5. beautiful, thank you for sharing

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  6. Such a sweet remembrance...I think the entire world looked on in horror at the news of the earthquake. Hugs from the US!

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    1. It was a dark day. We lost a good friend of ours that day, so it was quite emotional to look back and remember.

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  7. That one with the butterfly on the flower is especially moving to me.

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    1. Yes it was beautiful, they had a memorial service in Christchurch and after reading out the names of the 185 people who lost their lives, they released 185 monarch butterflies.

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  8. Thanks for the reminder to remember...

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    1. Thanks for visiting, take care xo

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  9. Wow, what a powerful post. I'm not quite sure what to say, except this is very inspirational.

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  10. Sad and so very very touching. Really appreciate that flower sticking out the traffic cone, it says it all. So very cool how Kiwis pull together in a crisis, what wonderful people.

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