Sunday, July 1, 2012

Ginny Let your light shine


good news and not much of it, this fawn was saved from a burning home in Colorado

Ginny of Let Your Light Shine is in the hospital, please pray for her, I just talked to her. they live in the path of the storm last night and there home is without power for a week, the heat wave and the storm has put 3 million without power. She said trees are down and much damage was done, CNN said winds up to 80 MPH and Ginny said before they left for the hospital they had two tornado's pass their home. She is fine, the hospital is health related not storm related.
The families in this 3 million without power have lost all refrigerated foods except for the few that have generators. Ginny lost everything and so did her son and his family. The grocery stores and gas stations are closed and lost all their refrigeration foods.
Pray for the fire and flood and storm damage that our nation is now fighting.
Many of our blog friends are in these places. 

27 comments:

EG CameraGirl said...

The storm made it to our Canadian news last night. The damage is horrendous and I cannot imagine living without power for such a long time!

Rhonda said...

Thank you so much ... I did not know this about our precious friend Ginny....I have taken a wee bit of a break from all attachments...and just arrived back this past Saturday....thank you thank you ...I will lift up my friend Ginny, thankful for the gift of life for the Deer, and for those that are still held captive by heat / storms / fire....

TexWisGirl said...

God bless your friend and all those in need of relief.

Catherine said...

Sending warm wishes and good thoughts out for anyone that needs it today!
xo Catherine

Terri Buster said...

Praying for all those in harm's way.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Thank-you for sharing this.. I did not know that Ginny is in the hospital. I will continue to pray for her and others who are suffering such destruction.

Madi and Mom said...

I'm so very sorry this has been the most devastating event in a very very long time.

Hugs Madi and Mom

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

Prayers for her and those that were also effected by the storm. I did see the news this AM and my heart goes out to them.

Keeping her in prayer too for her health situation.

"Auntie" sezzzzzz... said...

Just read about the surprise storms... Went to check on a blogger friend in the general area. They saw storms but are ok.

So sorry for your blogger friend1

Reading that those people will be in the heat, without power, for a possible week............ My mind reels at the thought. And my heart goes out to all of our citizens, suffering in this summer of natural disasters...

-sigh-

Maple Lane said...

Thanks for the info on Ginny and family. I'll be praying.

Jane said...

Sending them the strength they all need to get thru this act of nature. My thoughts are with all the people effected. Living without power is one thing, but the damages are stressful to deal with for anyone. When things like this happen I immediately think of people on oxygen, folks that need power to substain their life.

photowannabe said...

Thank you for this update Sandra.
The storms are devestating.
I'm so sorry to hear about Ginny and all that's going on with her and her family.
They will all be definitely be in my prayers.

Angela said...

I hope your friend gets better Sandra! One thing that is nice about knowing she is at the hospital is that she has electric there and food! That was one wicked storm that went through. It is hard to believe how many people in the US are suffering right now from all of the different weather related things going on. I do hope that people wake up and get right with God because he is our hope, our strength and the only one that can truly help us through all of this! We all need to be prepared for natural disasters. I might start posting again on that. I know my house is stocked very well but my neighbor isn't and she should be.

RoeH said...

Well - I am living in a cave I guess. We get so caught up in the dam* heat here that we all just go inside and watch movies until it's over. I've been trying to call my daughter in DC for days and no answer nor even a message machine. I wondered where they were but she finally bloggd this morning and I learned all about it. They have no power and are thankful the trees that came down did not his her house. Just the yard. I feel so bad for Ginny - I want to be there just to cheer her up. Dang I hate when life hands us a curved ball. Very concerned about her. If you talk with her, please tell her that. Not sure I can email if her power is out. God bless her. And everyone back there. So sad.

LC said...

Thank you so much for this alert. I will be praying. Ginny is a special and dear person.

S. Etole said...

Please greet Ginny when you talk to her next. Prayers for so many in such diverse places. Thank you for this.

Inger said...

I hope Ginny will feel better soon. I take it hospitals have generators. It's just awful that so much bad weather can happen all at once. Thinking of you and everyone else too.

Ann said...

I hope whatever sent Ginny to the hospital isn't too serious. Wishing her well and all of those that were in the path of the storm.

Linda Chapman said...

I am so sorry to hear this! I must be in a bubble because I have not kept up with the news lately.

Prayers for your friend, Ginny, right now!

SweetMarie said...

I had no idea Ginny was in the hospital. I will pray for her to have a quick recovery. Prayers going to all that were in the storm.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Prayers for Ginny and all of those people who lost so much in the big storms. I'm hearing from many blog friends and on FB about so much damage in several states... What a shame...

Thanks for posting.
Hugs,
Betsy

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

I will be praying for Ginny and for her quick recovery. And for all of those who are suffering from the effects of the storms. So much is going on right now all over the country. God Bless our friends and our country!

SD ~ Dawning Inspiration said...

Oh no!!!
Thank you for posting this! I'm so glad I caught it. Praying NOW! Makes me want to cry hearing all about this.

SquirrelQueen said...

Thanks for posting this Sandra, I have been thinking about Ginny and her family as I read about the storms. I will be praying for her recovery and for all those who have been affected by the storms.

Dee said...

Just when you think things can not get any worse...they do. I am sorry about your friend Jenny...I will pray for her and for everyone else who are going through difficult times.:(

Deb said...

keeping everyone in my prayers...sweet post Sandra...

Rose said...

I had not even checked in while Lo was here...sometimes I peak but don't comment. I just checked and she is back home...