Each area of the country has their unique natural weather phenomenons they have to deal and cope with...but tornados are so difficult to prepare for. My thoughts have been with those who are suffering too. God bless them.
Your arrangement is so pretty! Thank you for adding some beauty to our day!Even though I live in tornado alley in Oklahoma, I'll never get used to seeing all the damage a tornado causes. Praying for all those folks.Smiles,Carol
It really is sad to see the destruction on the news. Makes me feel sad and brings back memories of when my hometown was ripped apart at this same time of year....a few years ago. It sure is sad. ♥
Love the flower arrangement, just beautiful. It is so unfortunate that the weather is in such a flux and taking so many people by surprise, the death and destruction is awful and heartbreaking.
How sad..so much loss..we must never take our planet for granted. My blog sister went through this just last summer. She is horrified about this last destruction. So much fear! Praying for all those poor folks who have lost it all. And so sad about that whole family who died. Dear God, be with them.
It is just crazy now days. Never know what to expect. We are suppose to get snow tonight??? I feel so bad for them. It stopped about 12-15 miles from us. We dodged a big bullit! Have a great week.
Thoughts and prayers for all those caught in the storms.xo Cathy
We are praying for them. This sudden cold spell isn't helping matters.
It's heartbreaking to see such devastation and loss! My prayers go out to all those affected.xoPat
What a great reminder for us. It's so easy to go on with life once we turn off the news. We may not be able to help physically but we can always pray.
The weather is so chaotic and the storms seem to be getting worse with each season! Prayers are always a good thing! Thanks for the reminder!Hugs, GraceinAZ
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