Saturday, March 3, 2012

We Are Okay



We did the best we could to get ready (that would be a good exercise for everyone to think about!), but fortunately stayed out of harm's way. Watching the news has just been heartbreaking this morning.

23 comments:

Anchor Cottage said...

Good to hear. Road trip down south to St Augustine FL over to Panama City Beach and back up Alabama into Kentucky to Money's Folk Art in East Bernstadt KY. Hope to dodge the weather all the way home! Snow included!! Have a great weekend.

Jenny said...

So glad you are OK! Hugs.

June said...

Thank God!! So glad to hear that you are okay, thanks for letting us all know

Dreaming said...

Glad to hear you are fine. I hadn't listened to the news, but recall hearing that there were terrible storms heading your way that could produce huge tornadoes.

Mimi Foxmorton said...

*hugs*

Alice said...

Relieved to know you are okay. Prayers for the people whose homes and family were affected by the storm.

Tombstone Livestock said...

So glad it missed you, feel so bad for all the families that were not so lucky. I have no idea how anyone with livestock could prepare for the type of devestation I am seeing on the news. At least when I went thru the '89 earthquake in CA had some minor losses, even tho 5 of my neighbors lost their houses. At least in an earthquake all your belongings stay on your property, don't end up 3 states away. Even the mental stress of preparing for a tornado can take it's toll if it misses you.

Stay safe, take care, keep posting.

Lori Skoog said...

Good news.

Nancy K. said...

I'm so glad that you and all your critters are safe! My prayers go out to all of those who were not so lucky...

Linda said...

So glad you're safe.....my heart goes out to those that were hit.

Jenny Glen said...

I was worried about all my adopted babies! Oh, and you too:)

farmlady said...

We have watched the devastation and destruction on TV. This is just awful. Whole towns and so many caught unaware.
Lots of prayers are coming from all over the country.

We live in earthquake country. I have been through, as Tombstone Livestock writes, some of the BIG ONES, but nothing like what you experience every year. Even the anticipation of a Tornado must be incredibly stressful and scary.
I'm so glad that you and your family are safe...for now.
Take care.

Ed said...

Glad to hear you are o.k, Tellico Plains also took a hit from those storm and did some major damage to the downtown area but thankfully there were no significant injuries. Mom and Chuck are o.k but lost power and computer service..OH THE HORROR!!! :-))

CathyD. said...

I've been concerned for you. Thanks for posting the update.
Hugs to everyone.

Terry and Linda said...

I am SOOOOOOOOOOOO glad you and all my friends are your farm are okay!!!

Prayers answered for sure!

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

janna Edrington said...

so glad that all are safe. Please continue to be careful and prepared!

Sheepmom said...

Thank goodness all that stuff skirted you. I hope your luck holds. Such tragedy everywhere. Prayers for all. Stay safe!

Mormotabárány said...

Very glad to hear! My prayers are with all people who are not.
The Lord protects us all. I am happy for you. Take care,

Nancy said...

I thought about you. We had "the big one" down here in central Alabama about a year ago and yesterday was a painful reminder. I'm so glad you're OK. As to what to take to your safe area (after loved ones)- insurance documents, insurance documents, leashes and pet carriers, insurance documents.

Marcy said...

Glad to hear all is well. So hard to watch the news.

Annette said...

So glad you are okay! What a tough week for so many people --

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

It has been so heartbreaking to watch the news. We are thankful that our friends and family are safe, and pray for those who have lost so much to find peace and safety.

Terry said...

I'm so glad you are all okay. What terrible weather.

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