London Calling

Well there is no need to tell people what has happened, everyone who has access to a television, phone or the net is aware of what has happened in London in the past few hours. At this stage I don't think there is much sense in speculating on cause, fatalities or casualties like they do so frivolously on the news. But what can be said is that at this time London needs our prayers. Below I have decided to put up an email I have received from my close mate Foxy_Roxtar who moved from Sydney to London in January, just so we can remember that these are people involved not numbers or crowds or 'Londoners' but real people just like your friends.

I am so shaken up.
i didnt get a seat on my usual train this morning and was so annoyed i changed to a different line. that tube line i usually take is the one that they are still pulling people out from underground.
thank you Lord! thank you Lord!!

1 comment:

  1. It is true, we are individuals who are determined to hold onto our freedom and unite to live our lives in peace, in a city that we love. After a second round of attempts to disturb our way of life, Londoners are more resolute to take a stand against these criminals and show them the power of a bonded community of 15 million plus!