I feel like I might as well not let fridays events pass without writing anything about it. But where do you start? I was at home when it happened. The day before, I had written a timed posts and three o'clock I picked up the phone to see if it really published. I'm the type of person who can not put down my phone right away, but it takes about a few updates on various social media before I put down the phone. And then I see something on Facebook that something happened in Stockholm and on the Aftonbladet live broadcast that I watch to the rest and find out what happened. So it was only ten minutes after it happened.
To write that I am so incredibly touched by Stockholm's behavior. That people opened up their homes, gave food, offered companionship, helping one another as best they could, showed an incredible appreciation for police and firefighters and security guards, etc. I thought that was incredibly nice to see. - they did not let hate take over. Instead, they were all there and helped each other.
Thoughts to all the people who got injured and to the people who were involved,
who were there, all that was hit, everyone who knows someone who was there, or hit, everyone saw a sight that can not be deleted from our minds, all who had panic, everyone was scared and thoughts to those whose lives ended yesterday. Thanks to the police, fire, security guards, doctors, emergency services, civil, everyone who helped, all of which opened up, all that were there for each other. Thank you for showing how amazing Stockholm and Sweden actually is! <3