Boston Marathon Bombing: Share Thoughts, Resources, Reflections On Patch

Connect with your neighbors and talk about Monday's explosion in our Local Voices section.

It’s tough to cope with situations that just don’t make sense.

Following the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, several Puyallup bloggers shared their thoughts and opened the lines of neighborhood communication about school safety and gun-ownership rights.

Pastor Cara Scriven shared how ” following Sandy Hook.

College freshman Alli Remily took a different approach by reflecting on her second amendment rights in .

Today’s Boston Marathon bombing is as equally incomprehensible. If you have questions to ask, resources to share, or just need a creative outlet, start a discussion with your neighbors using our Local Voices section.

Click here to get started.

The following comes from our Facebook News Feed:

Fleet Feet Sports Bonney Lake Boston Update: Paul and Colleen are ok! 

For those who have not heard, there were two explosions at the finish. The first bomb went off at 4:09:47. Paul and Colleen were not hurt, they left 10 minutes before this happened.

Marathon Maniacs Our thoughts go out to the victims and families involved in the terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline '1-800-273-TALK (8255)' Our hearts are with the victims of the Boston Marathon explosion. If you're worried about a loved one, call Disaster Distress Helpline at 1-800-985-5990 or text Text TalkWithUs to 66746.

Write your own reactions or note to the victims of the Boston bombing by blogging on Patch, or leaving a note in the comment section, below.



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