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Wednesday, October 31, 2012


Like many of you, I have spent the last few days glued to the TV watching the coverage of the devastation on the east coast caused by Hurricane Sandy.

The amount of loss and tragedy is incomprehensible to the human spirit.

There is nothing I could say or show or do to express how horrific this experience has been to every single person involved.

I just felt that to NOT mention this on my blog would be to NOT acknowledge what may be the most horrendous weather-related disaster of our time in the US.

My heart goes out to the millions affected by Hurricane Sandy.

My prayer is for a speedy and complete recovery and for the strength to endure as you surmount this overwhelming personal tragedy.

To each and every one of you, no matter your situation, I wish you blessings,love, and future prosperity.


  1. Well said Deb.

    We are far removed from the situation in Oregon but have been watching the news and keeping an eye online for the updates.

    My heart goes out to all the families effected by the tragic storm. Mother Nature is a force to be reckoned with.

  2. Deb:

    we also see the devastation on CNN news. I can't imagine losing everything. It has affected millions of people and they may never be normal again.

    Riding the Wet Coast
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  3. The work of our hands can be so fragile sometimes.

  4. Yes, well said. My heart really goes out to those impacted so horribly by this crazy storm.

  5. My heart and prayers go out to all affected by Sandy.

  6. Deb, the thing that amazes me, aside from the power that nature has to destroy human life, is the scale of devastation. I naively thought that the tsunami in 2010 had to rank as the most devastating loss of human life. Not even close. When you Google it, the tsunami was dwarfed by other natural disasters. Our winters can be harsh, and our 1998 ice storm plunged millions here into powerless darkness in the depth of winter for close to a month in some cases. but the fact is that we are mostly sheltered from the rath of hurricanes, tornadoes, severe earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions. Be safe.