Sunday, December 16, 2012

Trying To Understand!

 Magical Bedroom, The Langford House...

 Langford House, upper level...

 The White Room, second level...

 White Room...

Close up, The White Room...

"With all the horror and disappointment in mankind that sometimes overwhelms us, we must continue to believe!"~Rosemary Aubut~
I shed tears this morning for all the families who will never again celebrate Christmas in innocence and peace. My heart and soul aches for you! Hug and hold your children more dear people, love them with all of your heart!
Pictures above were taken at the Burroughs and Langford Kingston Homes, Fort Myers, Florida. Beautifully decorated and open to the public by the Fort Myers Women's Club! 
I'm trying to see beyond the horror but will never understand!


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15 comments:

Deanna said...

Oh I so agree with you...what a lovely House Walk. I feel as tho I am carrying a heavy weight of sadness with me these last 2 days.

TexWisGirl said...

i do not believe we can ever understand the unthinkable.

Charlotte Wilson said...

Oh, Rosemary, I totally agree with you. We must overcome the spirit of evil with prayer and love. Don't know what else to do.
Love the "white room" BTW.

Tricia Hays said...

Gorgeous decorations, absolutely gorgeous... esp the white room & tree =)

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Beautiful photos. I love the white tree!
I doubt we will ever know why. But you are right, we can continue to believe.

❀~Myrna~❀ said...

Such a beautiful Home ! And yes I am praying for the families of the victims. It is all so sad.

Ms. Becky said...

We will know no peace if we search for understanding the impossible. Our hearts are heavy with heartbreak and loss. I agree with you Rosemary, we must continue to believe and find solace there.
This home is lovely, I like the White Room. Wishing you and yours a joyful holiday season and a healthful new year.
Peace.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

That white room is spectacular! My heart also hurts for all those affected by this senseless act. So much evil in the world. Really, we are all affected.

The Artful Diva said...

Beautiful Christmas decorations!

Debbie said...

oh these are just so beautiful!!

there has been so much tragedy, all around me in these last few months. for me, i try so hard to think positive thoughts and focus on all the wonderful joy i have around me.

i do hope that somehow those families are able to heal, but the loss of a child is difficult to recover from!!

Julie G. said...

My heart is so very heavy for the families of these victims. Beautiful seasonal decorations in these homes! I especially love The White Room.

Lisa Gordon said...

It is my belief that there is no understanding, Rosemary. Only deep sadness.

Your photographs are just beautiful, and this looks like such an amazing place to be.

I wish you and your family a blessed Christmas, and a very Happy New Year.

xo.

Pieces of Sunshine said...

A hard time for many. Your photos are wonderful, such a contrast between the tree yet both are very beautiful.

Hilary said...

It's been a rough week for most of us to absorb. It's been a hellish nightmare for those involved.

Your photos are pretty. I wonder why they call it the white room. ;)

Ana Eugénio said...

my heart aches everytime I think about it. you're a sweetheart.. xxo

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