Today marks the 10th anniversary of the Nickel Mines tragedy here in Lancaster county and it is something that still cuts me to the core today as I pass by the site often while out taking photos.This image is one of my favorite cemetery images that I have taken and captures just how many are feeling today. I have come to know the coroner who had to visit this scene of untold tragedy and her journey to find a sense of normalcy has been a long one but thankfully she has gotten help and is coping with what she saw that day. Today say a prayer for those touched by this tragedy from the police and emergency personnel who responded to the family’s who lost five precious little ones.
And the mother gave, in tears and pain,
The flowers she most did love;
She knew she should find them all again
In the fields of light above.
Very nice. Actually I visited the site tonight and there were 5 white roses hanging on the fence. your post is most fitting.
Well done, Donald-well done-Thank you…
I just finished the book you recommended in an earlier post, A Light Still Shines. Wow. I am amazed at the grace and kindness displayed by those hurting so much in this tragedy. Thanks for the recommendation.
great,it is truly inspiring