Thursday, April 28, 2011

Prayers For the South

Welcome Through My Back Door this morning for a quick visit. The coffee is on, but it is quite subdued here this morning. The South was hit hard by  storms yesterday and last night. In Alabama so many were killed, Mississippi, Georgia, and Tennessee also had fatalities. So many blogger friends are from those areas and I just pray for them and their families. So join me today in Prayers for the South and for all the displaced families. Thanks for coming Through My Back Door where life is good.


  1. Betty: I was wondering how you are and hoping you, your family, and friends are all OK. Weather can be really hard to deal with and we have no power to do anything about it except to pray. I really love your blog and the way you tell "your story." And of course I love your home, too. Thanks for the sweet comment on my blog. Prim Hugs, Joy

  2. Hi Betty,
    I am glad you all are alright. I do believe we will see more things happening, the most important thing to do is to be ready when Jesus returns!
    I have missed your last posting so I will have to catch up.
    I hope you will have a good evening.

  3. Dear Betty,
    I love your lovely home and lights. You story about Ila and the coffee grinder makes me laugh...and it hurts to laugh but what a funny story.

    As you know I am not a prim but I should be. I have always liked old things...especially lights. I have kerosene lamps throughout my home...I think I have 7 lamps. (I've been here in the hospital so long I hardly remember what home is like. lol)I love to burn them at night. I love their soft glow. However, I am having more difficulty finding lamp oil or kerosene to buy. Do you or your readers know of a good source of lamp oil that doesn't an arm and a leg?

    My heart goes out to all those who have suffered terrible loss through all the storms. I feel badly about the our injuries and the loss of our nice car..... I can't even imagine how those who have lost everything...including family members and friends as well as their homes and possessions are coping. My prayers are with them.

    Thanks again for your continued support for me. I surely appreciate it.
    Hugs, Lura

  4. upps.... I meant to say "doesn't cost an arm and a leg".... blame my goofs on my meds... haha


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