LIVE! LIVE! Life is a banquet, and some sorry sons of bitches are starving!
My brother in SF watched some odd waves come into the bay, they didn't act like regular waves. There is a video up http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdMDCLwblkY&feature=player_embedded
You are a compassionate soul with a lovely heart. I will send my positive thoughts with yours.
Watching the updates~so scary...continue to pray*xo
Let them know that our thoughts are with them. This is just awful.
After seeing the coverage of Japan,I can not believe the governor of California declaring a state of emergency anywhere. For what, a few privately owned boats? REALLY!
Bridgette in YokohamaWe are still having aftershocks here in Yokohama. They were going on all through the night. People had to spend the night at work and at schools because trains had stopped. Trains are still not on full schedules and people have had to walk 5+ hours to get home. Some of my friends still haven't made it home yet. This is nothing compared to our neighbors up north. We are praying for you all. Thank you for prayers.!Sue-Lin in Yokohama Thank you for your prayers!Bridgette in Yokohama
Our thoughts and prayers to all the families who lost their loved ones. I can't stop watching the news of it.
Currently I am in Tokyo. JR, Japan’s biggest railway company, has stopped operating for safety. There are a number of people who cannot go home, and Tokyo has opened public schools and city halls for them to spend a night. Prayer are with them.
My heart goes out to all the families.
God bless Japan and our wishes and thoughts are with you after this tragic event.
Oh- also Adam, I agree with you to a point, but I don't think you can go by what the news shows. A friend of mine who lives in one of the affected areas said it is worst there then it looks on the tube.
Yes, what a tragedy! Let's hope they don't get hit with a triple whammy of earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown!
Praying for the safety of everyone in these areas.
Catastrophic indeed...my prayers go out to all that suffered through this event. Very hard to to break from the tv.
It doesn't matter why, what, or how...japan needs help and fast. My heart and prayers go out to them.
Oh, my dear Mistress, I fear for all the Japanomation that will fall far beyond schedule for us Americanos.This event is yet another reason that affirms to me that tomorrow is not promised, and that I should live for today.Yesterday, after I heard the horrific news, I made it a point to call all the people who have been wanting and repeatedly asking me to have lunch or dinner with me...and we CONFIRMED our reservations within about an hour. Let's just say that next week, I am SOLD OUT, girlfriend!!! No more lunches and dinners available. And it's all for the good.
I'm still watching coverage. Prayers go out to Japan.
My heartfelt thoughts and prayers to all in Japan.
Go ahead darling, tell me something fabulous!