by mel08 10 May 2011

There is additional damage to the mid section of the state. Over 600,000 of us were out of power. The EF5 tore out the grid. It is now operational in a sense, as less than 500 are still out of power. It is fragile, as we have been advised to use power frugally.


by sewdeb 13 May 2011

Just terrible devastation. All those involved continue to be in my prayers. Hugs, prayers and *'s 4U

by stitchship 12 May 2011

All of you were and have been in my prayers. Thanks for posting this link.

by melita 12 May 2011

I live 1/2 mile from the path of the tornados and I saw it. It was hard to see it and know it what was happening. I lost power for several days and we are o.k., I am a teacher and 3 of my students lost their home and 1 of my friends died.

designcrazy by designcrazy 12 May 2011

Glad you are not hurt. You were closer than I was, but we watched it too. So sad to see what it did in this area. There were 35 killed by the tornados in our county.

stitchship by stitchship 12 May 2011

I am glad that you are both fine. I am so sorry that your friend perished in this disaster.

I wonder if there has been enough assistance for those that lost so much in this disaster...

melita by melita 12 May 2011

Not really but it's so much that is so hard to help everyone, churches and other organizations are doing a great job to try to comfort people at this time. Thanks for all the prayers.

by shirlener88 11 May 2011

Thanks for the update and we are praying for all involved.

by 02kar Moderator 11 May 2011

Thank you/ Pictures really bring it home. I grieve for all who experienced it and for our country who is realing from from 1 disaster after another.

by devon 10 May 2011

Glad that you are okay.