Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Devastation



Click here to see more photos of the damage wrought by the tornado that ripped through my town.

10 comments:

  1. Sobering, indeed.

    I am ashamed that I am so out of touch that I didn't know.

    Thankful that you're all ok.

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  2. My. Goodness. That is staggering. I can't even imagine how to begin cleaning up. And no one died? That is amazing.

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  3. I'm very amazed that no one died. That is an incredible blessing! Absolutely powerful photos.

    Thanks for pointing us over!

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  4. The damage a tornado wreaks IS sobering! A number of years ago, I saw the damage done by a major tornado in Wichita Falls, TX. I wasn't there when the tornado hit but had to be there one week later. Nothing prepared me for witnessing that kind of devastation! To me, it looked like something out of a scary sci-fi movie.

    I praise God for the preservation of life in your town, Lisa, and ask that He be a part, the biggest part, of the rebuilding of lives there.

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  5. Praising God along with you that no one died. Thanks for sharing the pictures...I think "sobering" is certainly the appropriate word.

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  6. It hurts the heart just to look at it.

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  7. Where are you from?

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  8. Wow. Just unimaginable. So glad you're okay. Continuing to pray for your community...

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  9. OH. MY. GOODNESS. That photo is haunting. I can't believe how some of those homes were leveled while other ones sitting right nextdoor were spared. Homes...oh goodness, those families. Bless those families.

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