Stories and musings about life in and out of a retirement facility.
Wow. This just made me cry. So moving. Thanks for sharing that, Jane.
Wow....that was so moving........thank you so much for sharing Jane! My sister in law is Japanese. Her family lived away from the tragedy, but everyone knew someone who was killed of lost at sea.
Bon Soir, mes amis..Can't type for sobbing..
Oh my, tears are flowing. That was so amazing that they could and did produce that.Thanks, Jane - I'll send it on.#409
So very touching. I had not seen this... Thanks for sharing. Love, Timi
So glad you sent this to your list....I had received it awhile ago and thougt it was amazing....nice to see a country so thoughtful. Rusti
Dear Jane. Thank you for showing this. You have a compassionate and tender heart. I will send it to others. I love you. Marlene
Very moving and humbling. Thank you for posting this.
My Grand daughter in law Mariko is from Japan. Her brother lost his house but her parents did not. Both men work for the police department so could not come to the states with the mother, sister in-law, and grandchildren after. My family contributed to the family. They are all okay now.I received the most beautiful thank you gift in the mail from Marilo's mother shortly after they received the gifts of money. oops, I sent Mariko a check and she purcashed and sent what she knew they needed. Not easy for me. A Non Y Mouse