Thursday, April 28, 2011

My hometown

I am so saddened at the state of the town I was born and raised.  Tuscaloosa, Alabama was one of the affected cities from the storms that ripped through this weekend.

In light of this I am accumulating goods, clothing, mail-able foods, and kitchen utensils to family in the area to give to organizations taking in donations.

I am going to hold off on posting a traditional post so that I can focus my time to search for goods that the victims of the tornadoes can use.

Thank you my readers for your understanding and I look forward to posting some exciting new things next week. To my friends and family in Tuscaloosa, my hearts and prayers are with you and know that even though a dark night blanketed our beloved city, the sun will shine again and T-town will again be beautiful and strong.


  1. I hope your love one's are all ok....

    This weather has been wild! We had a tornado touch down in Rome, NY and we rarely see that! Another town flooded.

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  2. Thank you Carolee...I will definitely check out your blogs and the blog hop!! Thanks for stopping by and sharing sympathies...I bet that was interesting to see a tornado in NY for sure!! Glad that crazy weather is done!