Thursday, May 9, 2013

San Francisco Bay

Mom loves watching the sails furl in the wind as they skim across the water. We realize there is a lot of coordination and skill involved to make the boats glide as they do. Mom hasn't had the pleasure of sailing yet though it is on her bucket list of things she wants to do in her life.
Our thoughts are with the Swedish team Artemis and the family members of the man who lost his life today.

Cleveland, Ohio

I agree with Mom the men deserve the death penalty for keeping the three women hostage for ten years in such deplorable conditions. Obviously there is no remorse for their actions. Especially after pretending to be concerned and helping the family seek answers at the loss of their child while they knew exactly where their child was. These men deserve to be executed, no compassion shown.

We cannot imagine how the three young ladies feel sleeping in clean sheets in a bed after ten years of captivity. For that matter to be able to move freely without constraints must be incredible. We take these simple pleasures for granted everyday in our existence but when they have been taken from you, they matter immensely!

We feel the worse for the young child, life to her has been anything but normal. She hasn't lived in a happy stable environment. She is used to seeing her mother imprisoned so seeing people move freely, clothed and doing simple everyday things when they want without violence must be overwhelming.

My prayers are with each of the girls, that the adjustments they face become easier each day.

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