Do you have a place to stay for the night? I saw your post about not being able to get home. If there's somewhere you can go now, maybe being among friends would help?
I've been told the Victoria line might be back up. But I'm not sure I want to trust public transport today. *frets*
I do need to be among friends right now, though.
I think you should go home.
It's better to be with family, now. They will have laid on buses or something, by now. Good luck.x.
I don't think they have laid on buses yet. Where are you?
|Date:||July 7th, 2005 - 02:14 pm|| |
I can't believe this is happening.
I'm glad you're okay, sweetheart.
*clings to you too*
Here via severel friends lists... My sympathies to you and yours. I was in New York in 2001 within a few blocks of Ground Zero. My heart goes out to you all.
*hugs you tight*
I'm glad to hear you're okay. I wish I could help - not much I can do from across an ocean, but if you need to talk, I'm around.
Love you, Rami. Thanks.
*sends lots of hugs* I wish I could help, sweetie. It must be a nightmare, and I am so so sorry. If you can get home, that might be the best possible thing.
*hugs you hard*
Oh, honey. I don't have the words, I don't. But know I am thinking of you and if there is anything I can do from this side of the water, I'll do it.
*clings to* You find someone? If not, I'm in West London.
crossed several flists to get here--I don't know you but wanted to send **hugs** anyway. I'm glad you're safe. All Londoners and everyone else are in my thoughts and prayers.
I'm here by way of copperbadge
... offering good thoughts and gentle virtual hugs from Los Angeles.
*hugs* I know it's late in the day but I'm still glad you're all right. I hope you got home safe and are with people.