Thursday, May 23, 2013


So I spent some time this past week worried over my own family that lives in Oklahoma although now I know they are all safe and sound, and I know others have too. Not only that, but the devastation that was left and the people's lives that will never be the same is so large of a number.

If you would like to offer aid, I know that here in Texas the schools and churches are taking donations and are having blood drives. You can check your local paper to see what kind of drives your area may be participating in. WARNING: If you are receiving automated phone calls from the Red Cross, they have said this is a scam and that they are not calling anyone asking for donations. You can go to their website to donate.

Please take a look at E.J. Wesley's blog where he goes into more detail about the scope of the loss and offers links that you can go to for donations. -> A Hard Day


  1. Thanks for the details. I would love to help.

  2. Thanks for the warning about the scammers. The news stories broke my heart. You're in my thoughts.

  3. I'm glad your family's okay! Thanks for the info!

  4. Yes, I really dislike it when people try to take advantage of other's generosity at a time like this. Thank you so much for stopping by!


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