Sunday, April 15, 2012

Tornados don't discriminate- Woodward, OK.



I was raised near Woodward, OK. Around 12:30 a.m. it was hit by a tornado.

 A large portion of the town is demolished. It took so many of my friends' homes in its wake.

But then again, the tornado didn't know that.
It didn't know that it hurts me to see this town in shambles.
It didn't know that it would fill my dreams with terror to think about my family being less than a mile from it.

Tornados don't discriminate...

(These are all pictures compiled from Facebook friends and news sources. I will give photo credits as best I can).

By Ashley E.

Lauren A. 
Justin G. 
Justin G.
Lauren A.

Ashley E. 

7 comments:

Alyx said...

So sad! My hometown got hit, too... not quite that bad, though. At least you are safe!
All the victims will be in my prayers.

Lani @ Its My Life said...

Devastating, but great job capturing this emotional time. Would love to have you come over and link up to Saturday's post.

Lani @ Its My Life said...

Devastating, but great job capturing this emotional time. Would love to have you come over and link up to Saturday's post.

Lani @ Its My Life said...

Devastating, but great job capturing this emotional time. Would love to have you come over and link up to Saturday's post.

Cara said...

Hi sweet lady! I found your blog via Sometimes Sweet and am SO GLAD that I did! I love finding sisters in Christ who blog; it's like finding a diamond in the rough! I'm your newest follower! xoxo

Liesl said...

I heard about this this morning, I am so, so sorry! These types of disasters are so sad, and you are right, they don't discriminate or know what they will take down in their path! I'm thinking of you and all of your friends who lost something because of it!

Salena @ A Little Piece of Me said...

How devastating! I'm so sorry.