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Monday, May 02, 2011

Recovering from the Storms

I wanted to take the time and update everyone, and my readers on recent events that have affected my family and those people of my community. By now you have heard about the tornado's and storms that passed through last Wed evening.

This left in the wake of it, a path of destruction that has not been seen in over 90+ years in the state of Alabama.

The death toll rises every passing day it seems, and having first hand trying to help those that have lost everything recover what they can, I can state it's like a war zone.

At least, it's how I would picture a war zone, of just totally having people's homes and businesses wiped out.

My parent were directly hit, and have lost everything, with their house, their store, etc. We worked non-stop for several days in trying to recover what we could. End up, we got a lot more than we thought we could ever find.

The positive note, they are ok, and of course I welcome everyone, if you have or have not already, stop and pray for those affected. You don't know how much it means when you do such an act.

I would like to thank everyone for the outpouring of support during this time. I will try to get back to a normal routine of posted soon, but don't expect anything this week.

If you want to help, donate to the red cross.: Red Cross for Alabama, Tonado's 2011 relief effort.

They were on the ground right away and have been a huge help, non-stop caring and giving.

In times like this, you get caught up in all that is going on, lost, and just overwhelmed with taking everything in and trying to digest it all. What's important is that this could have been a lot worse, and we could have lost a lot more people. It's sad for those that have lost, but it's important that we rebuild that which was destoryed, in honor of those that we did loose.

That's all for now...

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Anonymous Nick Hoban said...

Glad to hear your family members are ok!

2:06 PM  

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