|Posted on Thursday, September 01, 2005 - 02:54 am: ||
we're ok. we'll be ok. we've survived worse. we'll survive worse. don't fear death. be happy that death comes at all. enjoy the warm heat of the sun as much as the cold sting of the rain. you're alive. be happy. if you must, live for the dead, but that is not necessary. if anything, those folks want you to live well, right? I don't know. I can't hear the dead. I hope they'd say something like that. The news is fear. Watch only what you need, then turn the garbage off. You know what's going on down there. Pray, send food, money, go there and help out, but don't get addicted to the pity party. don't let these scum bags make you afraid, or even sad. let these people give you a new sense of life, if that's what you need to have happen. Don't join the pity party. pray. That's good for everyone who needs it. Now is not the time to let ourselves be driven down. We need each other more than ever. go talk to someone random today. ask them how their day is going. chill with them a second, and just be human with each other. Don't sit in front of the tube crying or lamenting the loss of these people. go out and celebrate the life you still have with everyone else who is so blessed. pray, if you need to. We'll be ok. Those folks down there? They're tough as nails. They'll be ok too.
|Posted on Tuesday, August 30, 2005 - 08:31 pm: ||
My stomach virus was nothing. We all do need to join together to pray for the people who have been hit by this storm. The news grows more and more bleak. Scores are dead.
May God comfort all of those who have lost so much. And may he gaurd those who are still in harms way from looters and such.
Annette Bromley (Annie)
|Posted on Monday, August 29, 2005 - 09:24 pm: ||
Praying for all and have passed these request on to other groups as well. Please continue to keep all those effected by Hurricane Katrina in prayer. The aftermath is as devastating or worse than the storm itself, thousands upon thousands have nothing left to come home to. Others are still waiting to be rescued. Injuries and death still have to be counted and the property damage is astronomical. Katrina was no lady and even though her temper has cooled some she is still a storm to fear as she moves through Tennessee and the Ohio Valley toward the Great Lakes. She is still dangerous.
AND...while we are praying let us not forget our troops overseas and here at home as they serve for our sake...And also for our Police, Firemen and rescue workers who are out there in harms way. To often we fail to recognize the sacrifice they make. And don't forget the pets and the wildlife...they are God's too and also need our prayers, even the croc's and gator's. They have taken a mighty thrashing from Mother Nature, LET US PRAY. Tess, Glad you are feeling better. That stomach bug can be nasty. Myrna, if you are reading this, and even if you aren't, glad you are safe and I am praying you will soon be able to be back with us. Glad your son is okay. He is one of many heros this day. Love, hugs, prayers and blessings, Annie