It might be just my mind that links things together that shouldn't be, but I read this moving account in The Times
of the Thai nursery school class, in which seven of the thirty children are missing
. In this one school of 687 pupils, aged from 3 to 16, she says the bodies of 29 children have been found. Another 23 are missing, certainly dead. Nine are orphans and 30 more have lost one parent. There is not a single child who has not lost at least one relative. The school term just restarted
Somehow I'm linking the reaction of the children with what probably happened in the class of Robert Holohan
. The 11 year old been missing from his home at Ballyedmund, Middleton since 2.30 p.m. on 4th January 2005. (contact Midleton Garda Station, Cork on 021-4621550.)
Ok, it's probably not the same impact.