The emotions are still raw: anger, confusion, terror.
But those who lived through the twin blasts at the Boston Marathon - and those touched by the tragedy - are slowly picking up the pieces and trying to move on.
The blasts killed three and injured about 180 others Monday, sending shock waves nationwide. They left behind gruesome images of chaos, destruction and shattered limbs.
But as the initial shock subsides, some are determined to move past the grisly blasts.FULL STORY