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May 18, 2010

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ter@waaoms

oh my... I'm so sorry about your house, but I am very glad to hear your family is safe. I hope it won't be too much difficulty to repair your home.

Elizabeth Fortuna

I am so sorry! Very happy that your family is safe. I cannot imagine how overwhelmed you must feel! Know that my thoughts and prayers are with you as you repair your home and try to get things back to normal!
Hugs,
Elizabeth

Britiney

Oh my word! I am so thankful to know you are all okay. God is good and his hand was on you. Best wishes for a quick recovery from what I am sure was is an overwhelming experience. Please know your blog fans will be here when you get back.

Lauren

Bike helmets--what a GREAT idea!!! I never would have thought of that! It must have been so frightening for you all, and I so hope that the children are handling the trauma well. I am impressed with your positive attitude and will keep a little spot for you and your family in my heart. Best of luck.

Lori Rider

Oh my goodness... I can't even imagine. I'm so thankful that you all are safe and sound. I hope the process of getting your home back to normal is as smooth as it can possibly be. I'll keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers!

Diana Ball-Seitz

Thinking of you and yours. If you need ANYTHING please let me know. Blessings. Diana

Linda Grames

I don't know what to say after seeing your pictures. God truly did keep you all safe. I'm so sorry about your house and will miss reading your blog. God's continued blessings to you and your family as you move. I'll keep you all in my prayers.

Selene Kempton

First off, can I just say that you're amazing? Many people would not be able to write about the experience with such clarity. Thank you for sharing these photos... I can't begin to imagine... You are in our prayers.

Jan Butler

WOW!!! It's stressful enough to know you'll be relocating, and then have the house destroyed!!! I hope the base welfare org. gives you the support you need at this time. Every new place has it's own unique weather issues to deal with. May Hawaii be a nice respite for you all. I'm a retired USAF wife, so best wishes to you all!

Lori

So glad to hear you and your family are safe and sound! May God continue to bless and keep your family. You will be in my prayers. Good luck and keep your spirits up. When God closes a door, he opens a new one filled with new and wonderful things!

Pockets of Inspiration

Goodness! That looks terrible. I'm so glad to hear you and your family are doing OK! Enjoy the visit with your parents.

Huggies,

Mel

Laura V.

God was good to your family and neighbors by protecting you. I am so sorry that all that happend. We live in North Texas, so we were watching all the coverage that day. God bless and happy moving. Do you need to restock some SU! stuff? It would only be older or retired stuff though

Meredith

little late catching up on my blogs.....but I wanted to say I am SO glad to hear that you and your family are all safe and sound!!!! I am so sorry to hear (and see-yikes!!) about the house but thankfully it was "only" the house!!!!! It's amazing what mother nature can do....so scary! Best of luck with the move and can't wait to "see" you in the blog world again!!!

Marla

God is so faithful and good...and you are living proof. I also live in Ohio and have seen many tornadoes. You are so, so blessed! I wish you the best in your move, and I'll be looking for you back on your blog.

Sue McNeill

Praise God for his mercy. I'm so sorry you and your family experienced this terrifying event. Glad you are all well.

Joy Lewis

Erin - I am so sorry I didn't know about this sooner! I am so happy the Lord kept you safe and I'm sure you're currently enjoying Hawaii!

Connie Stewart

Erin, I just found your blog and live just down the street from you (I-240 & Sooner Road). That was a crazy night and we were all in the hallway under a mattress! We were hit by the May 8, 2003 tornado so I know exactly how you feel. It's really nerve-wracking and takes some time to get over. I'm glad you and your family are okay. :)

Angie

God Bless you sweetheart, thank God that you are all safe! Sincerely hoping that your lives are back to normal soon, you're in my prayers, Hugs Angie xx

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