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Monday, March 14, 2011

First-hand News from Tokyo

The Rogue Speaks:

Dear bloggers, if any of you are interested in reading a first-hand report of what life is currently like in Japan, and specifically in Tokyo, please read my friend Jen's blog, Hamster Central. Please keep the Japanese people in your thoughts and in your prayers. There, but for the grace of God, go we!!!

19 comments:

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I read this post morning! I am so glad she is okay! We are praying for Japan at my house. I can't imagnine what they are going through as a nation.

ArtMuse Dog and Carol said...

They are definite in my thoughts and prayers and sending distant reiki healing energy for all concerned ~ namaste, ^_^

Judie said...

I had the wrong url earlier, but I corrected it. Thanks, all. Jen is such a sweet woman, and she deserves our support.

Tammy said...

Sending prayers and good wishes to all of Japan!

Ames said...

That poor child. I just left her blog. It just makes me angry when people say such foolish things. I cried when I saw this devastation and have been glued to the TV ever since. I think I have been holding my breath for the people of Japan. I am sending payers and good thoughts to all.
Thanks Judie for the heads up!~Ames

Linda O'Connell said...

Hi Judie,
Thanks for stopping by my blog. Please sign on to follow. I just signed on to yours. Your art work is astounding. My firend is a plein air artists. I envy artists. Like that happy hour cartoon!
http://lindaoconnell.blogspot.com/

bluzdude said...

Thank you for bringing her blog to our attention. Gripping reading...

JJ said...

Awful. Thanks for the site reference.

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

Thanks for posting this, Judie. I'm about to visit.
Hugs,
xoRobyn

Pondside said...

Thanks for posting that link, Judie. What a horror people are living through in Japan. I'm riveted to the TV and grateful that much of the world is coming forward to help.

askcherlock said...

Judie, thank you for sharing Jen's site with us. It was so poignant to read and my heart cries for her, her family and all of Japan in the wake of this horrific devastation.

Anonymous said...

Judie, thanks for posting these comments. Life can always be worse, my prayers are for these folks.

Karen S. said...

Thanks for sharing this. My niece has sent some videos ...it's so unbelievable it's beyond words but also in how powerful they are for surviving...a dear friend's mother (she was like a mom to me too) died from complications of surgery about the exact moment that the earthquake hit ....life moves in such mysterious ways...and only a few ours after that her granddaughter gave birth to a baby girl....live life to the fullest every single moment we are blessed to have another day....

One of The Guys said...

Yes, it's unbelievable. Are you going to put a list of organizations that people can donate to? Just curious.
Off to read your friend's blog.

Take care.

Judie said...

As soon as I can compile a trusted list of charities who are accepting donations specifically for the earthquake and tsunami victims, I will post it.

Jackie said...

I'm glad she's safe that's all .

Judie said...

That could change in a heartbeat!Those reactors are really unstable!!

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