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Pray For Boston

Hello Dolls,
A devastating tragedy has hit American once again. Its crazy how something so sad keeps reoccuring. A while back the same kind of thing happened during the week of April 15th. I don't know why at all. Many are coming up with different conclusions, and personally I don't know which one is right. I found this article going through Google and I felt the need to put it in a post. It read :

"Hi everyone…
The tragic events in Boston are top of mind for all Americans today.  The stories about the little ones that were harmed or killed yesterday are the ones that haunt me.  I hugged my boys again tightly last night and prayed that they never have to go through such devastation in their lifetimes.  We do the best we can to protect our children but sometimes horrific events take the lives of innocent victims.  The only thing I can come up with is God needed more little angels in heaven yesterday.
Seeing random acts of kindness has helped.  The brave firefighters, policemen and women, EMT workers that run towards the danger to save others.  The runners who crossed the finish line and kept going until they got to a hospital to give blood.  Strangers taking off clothes to help bandage up injured.  Boston residents who have opened up their homes to let people rest or sleep while they wait to hear from loved ones.  Hospital staff who have been up all night to take of the sick and injured. 
And it all began on a beautiful spring day in one of our country’s most beloved cities.  The sky was blue, the air was crisp.  A day to celebrate in Boston.  Patriots Day.  One of the biggest and best Marathons in the world where families gather to cheer on their families and friends.   A little boy was waiting for his Daddy to cross the finish line yesterday afternoon.   I’m sure he couldn’t wait to see his father’s face in the crowd…just like my precious boys run to the door when their dad comes home from work.  It breaks my heart when I think of the bombs going off.  That little boy waiting to give his dad a hug.  He never had a chance.   His face haunts my thoughts today.  I pray for his family.  I pray for our country.  I pray for our children.  I pray for peace.  I pray for Boston.
JD"


Read more: http://weather.blogs.foxnews.com/2013/04/16/prayers-for-boston/#ixzz2Qf3e2gcA

Everyone please help out anyway you can!!!! I'm looking for some things I can do now and I will keep you all updated on that.

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