By Mary Friedel-Hunt
When an event as popular as the Boston Marathon is disrupted by bombs and explosions that brought death and serious injuries to so many, the entire nation — perhaps the entire world — is shaken. On the day of this bombing I was in Madison, in the midst of 2,000 people attending an environmental conference. As I waited for the highlight of the day, a talk by Jane Goodall, I checked my Facebook account and saw a post by my niece. Katelyn is a wonderful 30-year-old woman who is getting married in September and starting a fellowship in June that will be a part of her master’s degree in community work.
The post did