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As a father of three I frequently have to limit my...

2007-10-15T19:37:00.000-07:00

As a father of three I frequently have to limit my imagination (small children climbing on rocks for example). This isn't a casual comment. I'm seriously worried about how the fear would effect me if I were to allow the "what-if" scenarios to play out in my mind. I have been lucky to avoid anything like what you witnessed.

:-Dan



Wow. Horrible thing to witness. Along with the fa...

2007-10-10T12:54:00.000-07:00

Wow. Horrible thing to witness. Along with the family, I always wonder what the person who actually hits a pedestrian (especially a child and especially if the child is killed) goes through. It is horrible to see... but I couldn't even imagine living with the knowledge of accidentally killing someone like that. *cross fingers* Looking forward to reading your posts when you return (I'm usually just a lurker).



We'll wait patiently, and be here when you have th...

2007-10-10T08:41:00.000-07:00

We'll wait patiently, and be here when you have the time to post.



I don't mean to relate the two, but after getting ...

2007-10-09T15:37:00.000-07:00

I don't mean to relate the two, but after getting robbed at gunpoint... the events just play over and over even when you are just doing normal things. It was hard to sit and write when I would just sit and think about it. I am sorry to hear about that little girl and all who were affected, including you.

best wishes Joe.



"When I try to write, my mind plays back the image...

2007-10-09T08:11:00.000-07:00

"When I try to write, my mind plays back the images. I find I cannot write my normal subject matter. The words do not come."

I think seeing something traumatic jars your brain; especially when that something involves a child and death. I'm sorry you had to witness that. Sad and scary all rolled into one. Mental breaks are good though...reflect and hug your kiddo(s). :)