Hope for Sandy Hook.

Since late this morning, it’s been unavoidable – images, video and audio clips of the tragedy out of Newtown, Connecticut.

In respect to the families, teachers, officials and community members involved, I am not going to feature any of those images, video or audio clips on my blog – I want to keep this a place of calm.

Instead, I want to share this:

These are paper cranes – you can learn more about them here – but in general, this is what a paper crane is: a symbol of strength. Hope. Resilience.

Exactly what people need right now…something to reassure them that there is still good in the world, no matter how bleak it seems.

So, I am doing this now: folding as many cranes as I can. I tried to keep positive after reading the news – distract myself, but people’s hurtful words and misdirected hatred toward each other just started to really get to me. When I reach 1,000, I want to make sure they get to this school, they need a reminder that people do care, everywhere – people care and they might not know what to do to help, but maybe this can help.




4 thoughts on “Hope for Sandy Hook.

  1. Krissy, you are beyond awesome! Right now, we need to focus on the victims and their families, not rant about gun policy. I am going to go running after work because that’s what calms me down.

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