Sunday, March 06, 2011

Silent Sunday

Silently the light stole through the holes in the walls,
unlike the noisy fireplace falling down
and taking the wall with it.

9 comments:

Margaret Pangert said...

Yes, this is a silent Sunday in reverence of the 200 who lost their lives and the countless others who suffered so much damage. I am so sorry about your house, Saj; I trust you and your family and the cats are all right?
So wonderful to hear from you!
Love, Margaret ♥

Steve said...

Silently glad that you and yours are OK.

...louciao... said...

Holy crap! Do not go gently into that silent light. I can see you are going to have your hands full of things other than champagne glasses for awhile. Thank you for crawling through the rubble to give us a sign. I'm sorry that my thoughts can't do carpentry, but they are with you!

Stickup Artist said...

Holy crap is right! I can't imagine what your community has been through and am so glad you and your family made it thru safely.

ρομπερτ said...

Sending you patience, strength and only happy sounds for the new week.

Owen said...

Holy house ! Are you going to have to take it all down and start from scratch ??? I guess if you are inside it is not in imminent danger of collapsing further ?

Oh hell Saj, I cannot imagine, so I'll just shut up now, and enjoy silent Sunday in your distant company...

A Write Blog said...

Lovely to have you back blogging too.

Those photos are a relevation.

kj said...

wow. you must be stunned and grateful at the same time. i'm glad you are alright, sag. i will keep saying that of course.

i hope the task of repairing and rebuilding goes okay. double wow.

Selina Kingston said...

Silently thanking the powers that be that you and your family are OK and have the strength and resilience to rebuild. Thinking of you lots and wishing you well x