Monday, November 16, 2015

Vive La France

Early last Friday, I wrote a blog post about a Parisian house, and I had intended to feature it on my website today.  But hours after writing that article, I was horrified to learn of the brutal and senseless terrorist attacks that took place in Paris.  In light of these events, I have chosen not feature that post today.  Rather, I want to express my deepest sympathy to the families of the victims and my solidarity with the French people.


  1. Thank you, Jennifer.

  2. Anonymous10:56 AM

    Beautiful post Jennifer.

    My deepest sympathy to the victim's families as well.

  3. i will pray for the french!

  4. Anonymous12:24 PM

    Thank you for keeping it conscious, compassionate and real.

  5. Anonymous7:19 PM

    I laud your decision and I send my heartfelt prayers, condolences, and best wishes for recovery to all the French people (and others) who suffered or died in the madness! When will hatred ever end? Maybe never!

  6. Anonymous7:40 PM

    Thoughts and prayers to all those affected by the devastation imposed by people filled with hate! I honor your decision!
    CFA in FLA

  7. Thank you Jennifer for this.
    In my private capacity (I'm an English lit lecturer), I've been following your blog for what seems like ages now, and I was warmed to see your post.
    As my students said, we do not want to become the generation of national mourning, we want to become the generation of universal engagement for mankind. May they be heard!

  8. Many prayers and loving thoughts for our friends in France.

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