Thursday, April 28, 2011

Today I will not post my usual: Tornado in my State of Alabama


Yesterday was one of the most devastating days in the history of my state. Hundred's of lives were lost, the damage is beyond belief. We live in a part of Alabama where the tornado came through, but because we are on a mountain it missed us. Other's were not as blessed. Whole towns were wiped off the map.
Please keep everyone in your prayers, not only Alabama, but Mississippi and Georgia.


12 comments:

The Desert Rocks said...

Yikes. I will pray, although I have been praying for some other states. I didn't even realize Alabama was hit. I hope everyone you love is able to be in their home. God Bless.

Cecilia Marie said...

Praying also, Debra. May God give strength to those who have lost so much and to those working hard to restore what can be.

Judy said...

You, your family, and your state are in my prayers.

Nonna Beach said...

Oh Debra,
It is so devastating and sad. I am also praying for your state and the people who have lost loved ones and their homes and businesses.I am so relieved you are o.k. I have another blog friend who lives in Alabama and is safe and sound too !

Hugs,
Nonna

(Florida) Girl said...

Such sad news.

Eschelle said...

all of you are in my thoughts :)

ladysantora said...

I live in Louisiana and we had some tornado activitiy too. We didn't have the loss and damage your area got but it could have been.

ladysantora said...

I mean activity.

Sandra's Fiberworks said...

Incredible. Thoughts are with you.

Halli Gomez said...

I am very glad that you are safe. My heart breaks for the families that have lost loved ones and their personal belongings like pictures, letters and such.
I feel their pain having gone through a natural disaster myself and I cry every time I see/hear the devastation.

journeytoepiphany said...

Oh Debra, I am praying that God continues to protect and defend you, and that He gives you strength to help and support others who were not as fortunate as you.

dkraymer said...

Good to meet you. We have family and friends in two of these states, and more family experiencing flooding on the Ohio River in Missouri. All of these people are in my prayers!

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