Bombs on buses, several blasts on the tube.. and here I was just about to go into central London w/ my dad.
I kind of knew it would happen eventually, but nothing prepares you for waking up to something like this.
All of the mobile nets are jammed so it's difficult to find out if everyone we know are okay, but Max and I are fine. Not sure how he's getting home from work tonight though.
On July 7th, 2005 02:55 pm (UTC), (Anonymous) replied:
Because you really mean it, or because it would be too shameful to do otherwise? If you usually would shun anything British, what has changed about your feelings toward the British today?
Perhaps the most useful (not to mention honest) thing you could do would be to say and offer nothing.
On July 7th, 2005 03:46 pm (UTC), (Anonymous) commented:
I am so glad to see your posting, to know you all are alright. Woke up this morning (Canada) to hear what happened on the news. Was horrified and worried sick because my Best friend is over there with you, Colleen. The only thing I could think of was all four of you. I'm so glad that you are all safe, however I'm perfectly well aware that the days ahead are going to be very sad and difficult for yourselves and the rest of the City. Love to all of you. Stay safe, be careful but don't stop "Living". Laura
Thank you, juliabee. There wasn't any desire to go into town that
day, safely in the house and in front of the telly is where we
stayed. The authorities told people not to travel into London
under any circumstances anyway (except for emergencies).
Hopefully we've seen the last of it!