Friday, April 29, 2011

Broken...


homes, broken lives, broken hearts.  Remembering all that lost their lives, their loved ones, that were injured, and those who are now homeless.

Thank you all for your emails and comments on my blogs.  Your concern and your prayers touched my heart.  If you can find a way to donate to the Red Cross or other agencies, please do so. This is a group I support.

* This photograph was taken several weeks ago, not from the aftermath of the tornado.

17 comments:

Petrea Burchard said...

Been thinking about you today, Virginia. I just saw on Twitter that it's hard to get things like gasoline, etc. in AL. Do you have what you need?

Jilly said...

A photo tells a story and this really does. Again, so sorry and thinking of the people of Alabama and the other states so badly affected.

cieldequimper said...

Australia, New-Zealand, Japan, Thailand, now you. I'm glad you are ok and so sorry that Nature is wild this year.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Sad happenings. The level of devastation is shocking. So glad you're okay.

Naturedigital said...

Even broken glass panes look beautiful when seen through your viewfinder Virginia.
Have a great weekend.
Costas

Luis Gomez said...

Glad to know you are doing well.

Daryl said...

Still its a perfect illustration for your words ..

Thérèse said...

Nature can be harsh and people's life is not replaceable.
Luckily people are resourceful which brings a positive note.

Jim Klenke said...

I am glad to hear you are safe, prayers to everyone in the south who has been touched by these storms and tornadoes.

altadenahiker said...

Made a Red Cross donation. Thank you for the link.

Ken Mac said...

eerily beautiful, unlike the aftermath

brattcat said...

so eloquent in image and text.

FancyHorse said...

My son put this link on Facebook:
http://alabamapossible.org/2011/04/tornado-relief-how-you-can-help/

It gives several suggestions, and links to click and donate.

Our son and brother-in-law and their family are ok.

Leif Hagen said...

Terrible, frightful news coming out of Alabama! Glad you're ok, V, thinking and praying for the others less fortunate!
bon weekend

Kate said...

I am thunderstruck by the photos on the television and the coverage of the disaster. Hope lots of Americans open up their hearts. And their pocketbooks. And wallets!

TheChieftess said...

So glad you're all right...so sorry for the losses of so many in your state...thank you for the links and suggestions...

JM said...

Wonderful post, V.! Great tribute.