Monday, July 18, 2011


Often, in moments of doubt, as he scours country back roads and rarely trodden trails, he takes out the photographs of his 29-year-old wife, Emi, and 15-month-old Atsuki and he talks to them.

"I'm sorry," he says softly. "I'm sorry."

w/thanks to Chris


Kalei's Best Friend said...

I am glad I could share that article, also to let u know that Japan has not been forgotten. Was this article in your papers? Hope it was... Will forward other articles to you. :-)

Robert Brady said...

I don't get the local papers any more, but I didn't see this one in my many other usual local and other sources (it may have been, but these are busy times)... thanks for sending it along. These personal stories tell the true tale.

Kay said...

This is so incredibly sad. I have family in Sendai. Thank goodness they live in an area that was spared the worst of it.