morning and day. So glad to have had rain, but not so glad for the
devastating storms. Make the best of every day and try to have a song
in heart. Life is too short not to. Here in Oklahoma those storms are always out there and our weatherman tries to give us warning ahead of time. I am fortunate to be blessed. The storms have come sometimes within a half a mile to a mile close to us. This time it was less than a mile where it started and headed to Newcastle and on to Moore. I am not going to say it is not scarey. I can only imagine how scared the children were, not to mention the adults. My heart goes out to them. The teachers were heroic trying to save the children at school. Our first responders, EMT's, police, fireman are extraordinary people. To have to deal with everyday things is something to think about, but to handle the devastation in Shawnee and Moore is another thing. What they see is hard and it is hard for them to carry home to their loved ones and to have a restful sleep at night. That is to say that they have a home to go to when the storm is over. They always put others first. It will take a very long time for all involved to recover from this. But those of us who live here are OKLAHOMA STRONG. Please pray for those who lost so much in the storm. Thank you for letting me say what I have had on my mind.