They’ve identified Ole and Kirsti’s bodies. They probably have Shyrin‘s, too, but are still identifying it.

I’m not sure what I’d expected to feel. All I have is an urge to change the subject every time its mentioned. I told my daughter this morning (phone calls between parents all yesterday evening; all the children will know before the school bell rings) and she turned away and started talking about something else.

3 thoughts on “found

  1. Toril

    I am very glad they have found their bodies, but so sad that they had to die in this way. I hope you and your daughter will be able to cope with all the sadness these news brings you.

  2. Katja

    I’m so very sorry.

  3. vika

    Take care of yourselves, you two. My deepest condolences.

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