Prayers


Relief for my own hometown has turned to sadness for another town south of us.  My heart aches, seeing the news footage.

I hate tornadoes.  I'm ready for fall.

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  1. I just read the news. I am shocked by the number of deaths! This is such a tragedy :(

    Stay safe. *hugs hugs hugs*

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    1. It's horrendous.

      My family is all safe and accounted for. They're in Shawnee, OKC, and Dale, all areas who have had warnings and damage, but they're okay. I feel so, so horrible for those with missing, hurt, or lost loved ones.

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  2. Adding my prayers too. I can't even imagine what those poor people are going through right now. Heartbreaking.

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  3. Too much sorrow and destruction. I'm so glad you guys didn't get hit- is every spring this intense? scary stuff- and completely heartbreaking.

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    1. Actually, because of our late winter, this storm season is off to a very late start. We have storms every year, but they don't often hit such heavily populated areas. Look at 2 years ago, with the massive storms all over the south, then the Joplin tornado. The one in Oklahoma yesterday was especially massive, and hit a very heavily populated area. :(

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  4. I'm so sorry.... I hope everyone is okay. My prayers are with all the people affected by this tragedy.

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    1. My family and friends are fine, but I am just so sorry for everyone who lost loved ones (especially children), homes, or were injured. Tornadoes are part of life in Tornado Alley, so much so that we usually joke about them. "Where will you find a Kansan in the event of a tornado?" "In the front yard with their video camera." Tragedies such as this are a grave reminder of how serious and scary things can become in the blink of an eye.

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