Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Sandy.

I don't really feel like blogging. Everything is going great here, we have power and are warm, which is making me feel very thankful, and at the same time, I keep thinking about the East Coast. The people without power, the damage, deaths, injuries, and loss of property. My heart goes out to all of them. I am not big on praying, but my thoughts are with you.

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  1. Thanks for writing what I'm feeling.

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  2. It is difficult to think of the people who are suffering. Thanks for sharing this, Julia.
    hugs
    lillie

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  3. I agree, seeing the pictures just brings tears to my eyes....
    hugs abby

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  4. Your words are kind and I agree whole heartedly.. and as Abby said, the photos of thr devistation are heart breaking...

    I did want to point out though, the photo you posted isn't real... It's a scene from the movie "The day after tomorrow". :)

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    1. You know, I didn't watch that movie because I find it scary to imagine these natural disasters. But I had no idea, although I guess it makes sense. I will find something different and change it. Thanks for letting me know!

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    2. You weren't alone... Many many people tweeted and facebooked the same picture....

      I'm a natural disaster movie junkie... It's my guilty pleasure. *in the movies*

      Disasters like this ... I can't even express how heartbreaking :(

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    3. Well thank you for letting me know. :)

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  5. I think it is very sweet that you are thinking about them. It's easy to do here on the opposite coast where all of us experienced a tiny bit of it. Gosh, I had a meltdown over scary wind and trees and can't imagine what so many went through. We are all very blessed and it says a lot about you to be so sensitive about it Julia.

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    1. Thanks for saying so Susie. I just keep thinking of how bad our last winter was. We had an ice storm, didn't have power for three days, ice on top of a lot of snow, it was really bad and kind of scary. So, I just keep thinking about how I felt last winter...

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  6. The devastation is unreal. I have been thinking of everyone all day as well. Nice thing to post.

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    1. It really is unreal when you see it on the news like that.

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  7. I agree, Julia. It is so tough to watch on TV and know others are hurting or need care. Nice post.

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  8. So logical...
    Seeing the pain and the devastation
    That are so heavy emotions

    Than our own sorrows seem so small

    Thanks for sharing your emotions and of course wish everybody to find there way in dealing with all that happened.

    Monsieur

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    1. Yes, seeing this, I am reminded of our last storm, and how hard it was. This seems much worse for way more people.

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  9. Im on the east coast in ct all my family is safe and thats all that matters some families were not so lucky. Going five miles from my house to the shoreline and it looks like a war zone .Its so sad. Its nice to see so many people from all over care for them. They truly need prayers right now. Also great blog Ive been reading for awhile in the shadows.

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    1. Annie,
      I am so glad you came out and told me about how it is in CT. Thank you. And there is a blog post coming soon just for the lurkers!

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