Dear Family & Friends,
I hope all of you are doing well. I decided to write down my thoughts on the awful tragedy that occurred in Boston. I was at the gym when I first heard about the bombings. I saw a bunch of my fellow gym patrons just staring at the televisions so of course I had to see what everyone was watching. I then realized what was happening! There were bombings at the Boston marathon. Of course I wanted to hear all about it, so as soon as I got home I turned on the news and saw the awful tragedy that was going on in Boston. My heart just felt saddened hearing & watching about the lost lives and the many victims of the bombings. I just thought to myself, “How could someone want to hurt the innocent?”
The images that were shown on television were just horrible. People were crying, screaming, there was blood splattered, people were injured, people had lost limbs and you just saw the look of anguish on their faces. To think that someone intentionally set out to hurt the innocent made me sick to my stomach. As the week went on in Boston and more & more news & information were provided, I was so glad to see that the law enforcement, first aid/EMT, hospitals and many other courageous people stepped in to help those in need amongst the horror. They were helping the injured, trying to help keep people calm, opening the doors of their homes & businesses to help others and so many other kind acts were being displayed. It is just wonderful to see that even when tragedy occurs, people do come together to help & support one another.
I did not personally know any of the victims in Boston but my thoughts & prayers go out to all the victims of this tragedy-the lost lives, the injured and all of their family & friends. I also commend all of the first aid/EMT/medical personnel, news reporters and all the other courageous people that were there in Boston helping during this tragedy and of course all of the brave law enforcement that worked so diligently in capturing the two men responsible for this senseless occurrence. This tragedy just made me realize even more how fragile life can be and to really be thankful for all that I have. Each day that Troy & I wake up breathing and see our gorgeous angel London smiling at us first thing in the am is so much to be thankful for. Family & friends-let’s enjoy & make the most out of life, be thankful for all we have & love & be kind to others~
Krissy Chin BS, MSPT
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