Monthly Archives: December 2012

No Comfort In Food Today

What’s one of the first things you do when someone you know dies? You mourn. You take food to the family. Or people bring food to you. As the parents, siblings, spouses and friends of the Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy how do you ever eat again?

Now, more than ever is a time to gather your loved ones around you and treasure every minute. If you’re miles apart, pick up the phone and tell them you how you feel. Time is short. Don’t waste precious energy on petty family squabbles or your hard earned-money on giving and gathering stuff. Hug everyone. Especially the children in your life.

No amount of food; comfort, organic or otherwise will dull the devastation right now.

Rest in peace Charlotte, Daniel, Olivia, Josephine, Ana, Dylan, Madeleine, Catherine, Chase, Jesse, James, Grace, Emilie, Jack, Noah, Caroline, Jessica, Avielle, Benjamin, Allison, Mary, Victoria, Anne, Lauren, Dawn, and Rachel.

You’re all angels now.

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Love and Peace,
Tonya