Tuesday, May 24, 2011


This horrible Midwestern weather just keeps taking.
117 lost souls ~ deadliest tornado in 60 years
Joplin, Missouri
We have so many things to be happy and grateful for.
I want to share with you things like bees and gardens
but the only thing we can think about is Joplin.
All the damage that a tornado can cause
is very disturbing, sad, and disheartening.
We all want to really do something, but do we?
We had no plans this Memorial Day Weekend
Joplin has changed that. This tornado has changed that.
We are collecting goods and heading down there to volunteer
and do whatever we can.
Oprah says we can ALL make a difference, no action is too small.
We have contacted friends, family, scouts, and 4Hers.
EVERYONE wants to do something.
So we are loading up one of the business box trucks and heading south.
It will be sad yet it will be love. We will see how things go.


Mama Pea said...

Blessings to you and your family!

Flat Creek Farm said...

Bless you and yours for doing this! We helped locally by sending items. Son helped load two huge trucks to send. We still keep Joplin in our prayers. Let us know how it went, and what's going on with you! Bees and gardens.. do tell more. -Tammy

Anonymous said...

Keeping you all in my prayers... God Bless You all!

Laura Lane said...

I thank you for helping us here in Joplin. We've been very busy. It's been a year now; but, we still have a lot of rebuilding of homes, businesses, and lives to do. If you or any of your readers still want to help, you can contact my husband, Lowell Lane, at Joplin Family Worship Center. http://jfwc.org

We are one of the main points of distribution in Joplin. Thank you again.
Laura Lane
Harvest Lane Cottage

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