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Re: Everyone ok?
  • Subject: Re: Everyone ok?
  • From: "Christopher P. Lindsey" <lindsey@mallorn.com>
  • Date: Tue, 24 May 2011 16:49:36 -0500

> GARDENCHAT FOLKS...please say a prayer that the bad weather is going to pass
> over our area tonight with no damage.  My friend's husband works for the
> National Weather Service and he called her, told her to call all of their
> friends and family and tell them to be prepared to take cover after 5:00
> today.  Same kind of weather, or worse, than Joplin had.  It will be a very
> destructive storm moving through Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas.
> I am now starting to get worried.  First time I've been worried since I've
> lived in this house.  We have no storm shelter.  We had tornados around us
> last night...and we are about an hour from Joplin.  He said this storm will
> be as bad, if not worse, than the one that destroyed Moore, Oklahoma a few
> years ago...and the one that hit Joplin.

Helen and I will be praying.


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