simple life of a grand mother
Children striding the world. What a shame about the missile alarm.
Summer holiday here is 2 month,too long for every body, we try to find more things to do, but the last thing we want is sitting again in the bomb shelters all summer,..
It must be so hard living under the constant threat of bombs. I don't know how you cope.
If you live long enough with something you get used to it, what other choises we have?
It really is a crazy world, isn't it? Thankfully there are beautiful children around to keep us sane and focused on the good in life.
I do hope their future will be better then our present.
Keep the children from being frightened.
They are OK Joanne,they love to sleep in the shelterd room in quiet times,so when they will need to go inside they will not be frighteed.I hope.
We haven't had any nasty news from Israel recently; one tends to forget that the tension is ALWAYS there.
There was 1 missile on Shderot at noon, it always begins with one...
I'm so sorry that your grandchildren have to grow up in such a scary situation. I do hope they're not frightened too often.The Science Park looks like fun!
It was fun Jennifer,they enjoyed it very much, they are not scared and live norml life so far,the fear is in our heads not their.
I like the children engrossed in the maps at the science park. Children enjoying themselves whatever.
the children are my grandchildren,it was fun.
The science park looks wonderful. I know my children would have loved such a place when they were young.We as parent and grandparents have to keep our children and grandchildren focused on what is good in the world ... they grow up too quickly as it is, and to have a childhood full of scary happenings beyond their altering must give them an outlook on life we would wish them not to have. It is my hope that the next generation will be the peacemakers of the world!! [Sadly with so many 'in positions of power' working hard against that, it may always be nothing more than a hope.]
You are so right Shirley,I also hope the future for them will be better, quiet and peaceful.
Science Park looks like a treat!
We were ther for the first time and it realy was a treat.
Your grandchildren are a reminder that life carries on. Stay safe Yael xGreetings Maria xx
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Thank you Maria.
Oh, I came back to answer but I see you've deleted your mention of the earthquake. What I wanted to say Yael is that now the worse has still to come; many people are displaced, winter is around the corner, entire families with children and old people will spend months in cold humid tents!Thank you Yael for mentioning it :)X
i can not stop thinking about it, i watch every detail through facebook live,it is so trrible, i know that it is a long way the poor people have to go.4 years ago when it happaned in L'aqilla i also felt the same sadness ,i wonder how the people there got along their lives there.
Some "little" thoughts for Aleppo.