Tuesday, December 4, 2018


 We spent a weekend in Budapest to immerse ourselves in the thermal baths and that feeling of Mittleuropa. Not enough time of course and I want to go back.
But Diana Chambers, who a lot of you know, had told me about the shoes - the searingly sad monument on the Danube bank. She wrote a post for us here on her visit to find her friend's family.
It's a brilliant post. http://murderiseverywhere.blogspot.com/2017/10/bouchercon-redux-diana-chambers.html

Here's what I saw when I went to this monument. Words left me.

Cara - Tuesday


  1. Always sad, the horror we can perpetuate upon everyone around us.

    On a lighter note, I know your love of doors, Cara, and just encountered this 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle that's on sale on Amazon today, and thought of you:


  2. Strong post, Cara. Let us never forget what horrors await in the shadows of denial.

  3. Too too sad, Cara. So effective without words.

  4. Thanks, EvKa I do love doors and putting this on my Santa list!
    After Diana's post on the shoes I knew I had to go. Again, no words, Annamaria, Jeff...no one spoke who was there...we couldn't.

  5. A must see pause and perfectly shared with us all!