I wish all our friends that are in Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, and the other states to be safe and hope you haven't had any distruction.
The weather seem to continue to devistate the areas with storm, hale and tornados.
Looks like we will make it through okay. So far just some strong winds and some rain. We are fixing to get hit with another storm, but no tornado activity is associated with this storm. After that we should be in the clear.
My sister and niece weren't so lucky, but at least no one is hurt.
They live SSW of OKC near Blanchard, OK. My sister's house has the west wall gone, all windows blown out and part of her roof gone. Her fence is down and several trees were uprooted. Her barn, about 100' north of her house, is completely gone as well as her neighbor's house that was just north of the barn.
My niece, who lives approx 200 yards to the west of my sister, had their cars damaged and the roof of her house was lifted up and set back down.
Others were not so lucky tonight and my prayers go out to them.
Seeing all the scenes and the reports of destruction and death breaks my heart. Everytime we have a storm race through Colorado I say a prayer for the people on the plains and midwest. Good luck to all and stay extra safe and above all check the weather. We'll be donating to the ARC this year for sure!
Appears we made it thru tonights storms okay too.
Had a lot of rain and some strong winds...but no hail and no damage that we can see tonight.
Thanks to all who called and sent notes here and on facebook etc.
We know we are blessed with a lot of GREAT friends.
BOB and NANCY
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