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Post- its & Photos...

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

PS. The girlies & I have stayed home....
The photos in this post are from theleafchronicle.com...
Please pray for the people affected by this flood...

Thank for listening,


  1. Oh My! That is so scary! I'm so happy that your family is safe and I will send my prayers to your city and husband who is working so hard!

  2. How terrible! I had no idea it was that bad. I will keep your family and the entire city in my prayers.

  3. Wow. This looks a lot like our Atlanta flood in September. It all happened while I was at work, so it took me two hours to get home the first day. After that I worked from home. I'm sorry silly people are endangering your husband. I'll be praying for him...

  4. Oh Gosh, what a mess. I've been hearing about it on the news. Glad your family is ok and sorry your husband has to try to work in those conditions. I don't get it either, some people just seem to lose their common sense if something unusual happens.

  5. I'll be praying for you that you stay safe and the waters don't reach you and also for all the people who are affected. Stay safe!

    Thanks for coming by and making my SITS day so spectacular! Your time and words mean the world to me.

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma, What's for Dinner

  6. Have been praying all weekend and will continue to and add Axeman to the list. Love you!


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