Saturday, November 14, 2015

Tonight in Paris

Finally went out at 6 pm (admittedly to look for some ice cream..). I remember thinking last night on my way to a glamorous do, how the Seine always provides such a spectacular light show. It still does, though we are very sad tonight.

30 comments:

  1. I bet you are sad.
    This is so awful.
    oxo

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  2. My heart breaks for all those who love France and her people--and especially for the families of those who have died and been injured.

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  3. Heartbreakingly sad. Wishes for comfort and peace. I am sure no one slept last night.

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  4. Been thinking of you since last night. Glad to see your posts...

    xoxoxo

    Susan

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  5. Anonymous4:57 PM

    I am so glad you posted something, because you where the 1st person i thought of and prayed "oh god i hope she is safe"

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  7. Carol, it's been heartbreaking watching this all unfold last night. My thoughts are with you and your city<3

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  8. The world is watching your sorrow~It's all of ours in ways.

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  9. Unspeakably sad! And so hard to understand. However, you can hold your head high: you are maintaining the very highest of priorities, ice cream!

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  10. With a heavy heart I pray for all the victims and the people of France. May their joy of life be restored.

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  11. purplegirl11:07 PM

    Thinking of you, and thank you for your post. Sending prayers, and love to you, and Paris. Sadness, from NY,....so very sorry for all. <3

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  12. I hope that you weren't near any of the "trouble areas" and I hope that you never are.
    Be careful.

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  13. I know that your ile is only a little more than 2 kilometers from the Batalan Concert Hall. Reading your blog has made me examine maps of Paris all the time. It's fascinating.
    Hope you are still doing OK and your Paris friends, too.

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  14. There are no words.... So happy that you and Bear are ok

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  15. Anonymous9:26 AM

    Carol--
    So nice to see your post......we are holding you and Bear, and all of Paris, close in our hearts and thoughts. With much fondness & all of our best wishes. Patricia & Eric, Minneapolis, MN

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  16. Anonymous9:43 AM

    Carol, Many PRAYERS and Blessings for you and my favorite city in the world, beautiful Paris.
    Thank you for your posts, it's good to know that you and Bear are well, I hope the same is true for all of your Parisian friends. Much Love, Desiree Llaneza....Clermont, Florida USA

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  17. I wonder how many people around the world have sent their love to France in the past few days? It makes me realize that the very things you celebrate, Carol, are what we are mourning.

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  18. Anonymous11:20 AM

    Carol,
    Thank you for letting us know of your safety. What a relief. Hoping that your friend Elsine Sciolino and all the other wonderful friends you have made there are similarly safe. As the others have posted above, your readers are with you, in sorrow and spirit.
    En solidarite avec vous et avec la belle France toujours,
    Diane in Denver

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  19. Please know all of you are in our prayers. Keep us posted, we are very worried about Paris and the rest of France.

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  20. Praying for peace, for help and healing for the victims, their families and the wonderful French people. Grieving the losses.

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  21. I am still broken hearted and cannot comprehend the degree of evil that exists in the world. Hoefully, the love that we all feel, for Paris, France, each other and all of mankind will win out and the evil will be destroyed.

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  22. I am so happy you are safe and well!

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  23. glad to see your post.

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  25. My heart hurts for Paris, but the Paris I know will stay strong and resolute in the face of such cowardly acts.

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  26. My heart goes out to the people of Paris. What a sad time. Thinking of them. Glad you are safe.

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  27. I am very distressed. My sincere wishes for your safety.

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  28. Love your posts Carol!! 😃 Bear always brings a smile. Love Paris. Be safe ❤️❤️❤️

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