Thursday, March 1, 2012

Crazy Weather


It was a crazy day here in Kentucky yesterday!
What is up with tornados in February?
These storms hit two miles from our house!
This was a trucking company, it's down to the concrete slab. 


This it across the road from the trucking company.
There is insulation in the trees as far as the eye could see.


This is just down the road from us.
Huge trees torn apart.



The storm went right between these houses and didn't damage them.
There were some houses badly damaged, but I don't feel comfortable showing those.
It's a sad and personal thing.



Just pray for all those who lost loved ones and all that they owned!

24 comments:

MosaicMagpie said...

I am about 60 miles away from you, I kept an eye on the sky for several hours. Thinking of those that have to try and put their homes back together. Everything torn apart with such violent winds.

Petite Michelle Louise said...

i have been watching this on our news. i am so sorry for all the damage and devastation. I will most certainly keep you all in my thoughts and prayers!! God Bless!

Alice said...

Yes, we've had such mild winter weather, and then this. It was not expected. Just a few miles from us, nearly half the city of Harveyville was demolished, and one person was killed. The town is very small, and in this economy it is difficult for these little towns to recover from such devistation.

I'm wondering what spring and summer will bring if the tornadoes have already started this early. I pray for those who were in the paths of these terrible storms.

trash talk said...

This gave me the shivers when I saw it on the news. I kept thinking about last year and poor MO. Didn't y'all have some really close calls last year as well?
Keeping all in my prayers.
Deb

Debra @ Common Ground said...

Our area was hit pretty hard, too. Branson is only about 30 miles from us. Lot's of damage there. Glad you're OK, TOT! xo

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

I heard about the storms. It is so sad. I feel for those poor people. I pray they can pull together and get back on their feet again very soon.
~Debra xxx
Capers of the vintage vixens

South Porch Antiques said...

Oh Teresa! I was so worried about you & your family when we heard where these storms were hitting. We feel so bad for those people & will be keeping them in our prayers. God bless you dear friend. Karen

Joani said...

Thankful that you are all safe. Things can be replaced but lives cannot. Prayers & hugs for all those that need them. Stay safe.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

When I saw where all the damage was, I was trying to remember where some of out blogging friends are located. Glad you you were safe and no damage. I was so praying that this year would not be a repeat of the last 2. :(
More bad weather expected tomorrow.:(
Stay safe.

Olde Tyme Marketplace said...

My goodness, how scary. I hate to see the devastation that comes with these terrible storms. I think of all the folks who lost so much and pray they have the strength to pull thru.
I am soooo glad you are alright.
Big hugs,
Beth

Mary said...

I live in KY also. This winter has been very unusual. I'm glad you're safe.

oldgreymare said...

I prayed for all of you dear friends in that area and know I need to do the same today after watching the latest weather report. So relieved to know you are safe.
Please keep letting us know you are alright Theresa, and we must catch up soon. <3
much love,
z

Attic Rat said...

That is just plain scary. So glad that you are okay. I hope you do not experience any more of this freakish weather.

Teresa
The other other Teresa

colleen said...

tornados are sooo much more dangerous/unpredictable than huricanes. its really sad to see all the damage.I am so glad you didn't post the lost homes I agree that is very personal ,like a wound that will never heal.I will pray for the communities and families that have lost so much.

Suzanne@Meridian Road said...

Oh, my goodness! That's awful! It's amazing how fast life can change. I'm glad you didn't suffer any damage.

KarenSue Farash said...

Blogging world brings this to life. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone effected by these storms.

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

We worry about snowstorms in the north, but the damage from the storms you have is devastating. My heart goes out to all those who have lost so much.

Jackie said...

I'm so glad you are safe and sound T. Brim was knocked silly last year by these storms. Thankfully, we only lost some trees here at our place. It is terrifying this force of nature...

red.neck chic said...

Okay - first. I am so THANKFUL that you are okay!!!

I have all of your neighbors in my prayers...

robelyn

MEM said...

So sad---we love Kentucky both as visitors to see friends , shopping and passing through. Stay strong.

Vicki said...

I've been checking in with blog friends since yesterday. So glad you are safe but just rips my heart out to know how many have lost loved ones, pets, homes and memories. Let us know if there is anyway we can help the locals. Paul and I are planning a donation to the Red Cross if nothing else.

PaintedPretty said...

Carole and I were hoping all was well with you! Glad to see you, Craig and Family are ok!
Kerry

outjunking said...

This may be a long spring here in the south. Glad to ya'll are alright.

Lou Cinda @ Tattered Hydrangeas said...

Theresa, I worried about you Friday! We were in the line to receive the tornados but thankfully it missed us and went further north and when I started hearing "kentucky" I started saying prayers for you! So glad you are okay and many prayers being sent for those affected....this weather is so crazy this year!

Lou Cinda

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