Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Semi Wordless Wednesday... Texas Our Texas

Bastrop State Park

Bastrop, Texas

Bastrop, Texas

Magnolia, Texas
Magnolia, Texas

Leander, Texas
Austin, Texas

These wildfires are still raging... 38,000 acres and over 600 homes in Bastrop County alone have burned to the ground and the fires are still uncontained.

YOU CAN HELP... Donate to the American Red Cross of Central Texas and pray for the families and firefighters battling this on-going and catastrophic event.

We need rain, and we need these fires to STOP.

13 comments:

pasqueflower said...

Very, very sad!

Kay said...

Words fail.

Paige (Final Clothes-Out) said...

Those pictures are horrifying. I was in California one summer when there were fires, and I remember seeing the charred ground a few days later while we were on the highway. It's so surreal. I can't imagine what those poor people are going through.

Jessica @ TheCrazyChaoticHouse said...

Very sad. Thinking about you and all your fellow Texans and hoping for rain....soon.

Annette said...

I would give anything if I could send our rain to Texas...we don't need it. The pictures and the stories are heartbreaking. I continue to pray...

Sarah~Magnolia Surprise said...

It's really awful. Every day on the news, more and more. I'm in the DFW area and my heart just goes out to all these folks. Praying for rain!

artisanallunwound said...

WOW those photos are very striking. Thanks for sharing them. They really show the devastation.

Trina (Trina's Clay Creations) said...

Very sad, my prayers go out to all affected.

Siddy Says said...

Prayers and Wishes for the Affected :(( so Sad. Hope you have blessed showers upon you soon :)

xx
Siddy
www.SiddySays.com

Scrappy said...

And here in NJ we have way more rain than we can handle! Feast or famine...
Texas is in my prayers...

miamihoney said...

Such an incredibly tragic event. Prayers abound.

Haddock said...

Those are some real nasty and ugly ones.....

TuckersAlley Blog - Kelly Quinn said...

How destructive! Wow. Hope everyone was able to stay safe and get out in time.

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