Despite the outpouring of grief and support the country has shown in the few days following the Sandy Hook shootings, life, no matter how painfully, must still go on. Football games are being played. Christmas is coming. Children are returning to school. But as the days pass, people are still reaching out to Newtown in the form of memorials, both real and virtual.
Pray for Sandy Hook Elementary School has served as a primary page for victims, their families, and supporters from around the globe.
Imagine if all of us committed to 20 mitvahs/acts of kindness to honor each child lost in Newtown. I'm in. If you are RT #20Acts
— Ann Curry (@AnnCurry) December 16, 2012
Besides memorial art and poems, users have adopted Sandy Hook's school colors of blue and yellow to commemorate the victims.
If you would like to leave a note for the Newtown community, WallOfLove.org is a fascinating, dynamic mosaic of people's thoughts.
On Saturday night, instead of their usual cold-opening, SNL did this:
What else is there to say?