View Full Version : Wishes of Condolences for any members affected by Oklahoma Tornado

Blanched Dubois
05-21-13, 10:15 AM
For all those here dealing with ADD etc AND who've been impacted by the Tornado's I send you blessings of much love and miracles of healing - getting the help you need as quickly as possible.

I hope if anyone here does live in the areas affected by this disaster that when you can you will let us know how you are, what you may need and you'll leave a post letting everyone know!

I care about you and I'm not alone! Neither are you!

Big HUGZ to you all. Hang in there!!

05-22-13, 05:51 AM
I don't live in the area, in fact I didn't realize how bad it was until I saw the news yesterday morning (5-21-13)... so , so sad, i often wonder why things like this have to happen.

I know it's mother nature but WHY??:(:(

Blanched Dubois
05-22-13, 09:08 AM
i just remember reading a post here about 'someone' ( didn't note their name here ) mentioned having to run - sounded really alarming - i send them my best wishes, hope they're all ok. So, i think some folks here were affected and have no internet access. Healing and help for them is my intent, sent.

05-22-13, 09:49 AM
So sad. 24 people dead and many animals too, including more than 75
horses at a family farm. One person said he was just ducking into the
Warren theater for shelter and he saw horses flying through the air!

If the tornado moving towards Wichita on Sunday evening hadn't lifted off
the ground, Wichita KS would have looked just like Moore OK. We saw the
storm go over from our shelter on the east side of Wichita and the sky was
very scary . . . greenish-black and very windy.

Raye, I can't tell you why nature has tornados, hurricaines, earthquakes,
tsunamis, and wild fires. But the reason we're seeing more destruction and
death is because of urban sprawl. People used to live more rural lives so a
tornado that was on the ground for several miles might hit less than a
dozen farms. That same tornado can wipe out whole towns or a large chunk
of a city by being on the ground just a couple of miles. Bigger cities simply
provide a bigger target, eh?