Sunday, May 2, 2010

H2 OHHHH!


W is for water! 
Everywhere! 
In our basement and in the homes of friends (Hello Mary!)
Nashville appears to be drowning. 
Opryland Hotel is clearing 2000 guests and all employees. They said it was just to be safe as the are right by the river. Apparently they have no water inside. 
Yet. 
I have seen horses stranded and a body floating by on the t.v. a while ago. 
This is just so shocking and sad! 
I wanted to drop a note and tell you what was going on here. 
The rain has stopped and I have seen waters recede already thankfully. 
That is all for now. 

9 comments:

Mary Isabella and Kiley too! said...

Yes it has been so bad. I am praying for all affected by this storm, the ones who have lost loved ones, pets, homes and everthing they had..Blessings...m..

Cottage Way of Life said...

Oh my goodness Phyllis! How awful! I am sending good thoughts out to you and everyone there with the hope that the water goes away fast and you are ok! I wish there was something I could do to help!!!

jojo-caramel said...

Oh dear! I hope everything will be OK very very soon!

Kathleen Grace said...

Praying for your area Phyllis, I saw it on the news last night and thought of you and so many others. Hope the rain is done!

Cape Cod Rambling Rose said...

Oh no, Phyllis!!! Praying for a quick clearing of the waters! We had severe flooding here in Mass. not too long ago, and my brother's street flooded... his entire neighborhood had flooded basements needless to say..... sadly we know just what you're going through. xo

She'sSewPretty said...

Oh my goodness Phyllis! I echo what everyone else has said. Stay safe and dry!

Manuela@TPOH said...

I was thinking of you yesterday while watching the weather reports. My husband has an employee in Bellevue that was waiting for a boat to come rescue his family has the water was above their cars! Scary stuff. This is exactly what happened here last fall. Looks like you'll at least get a chance to dry out now, but it takes a long time to recover. We still have entire neighborhoods that haven't been rebuilt. Plus all the homes that have been sitting waiting for insurance/contractors now have mold!

Manuela

Mrs. Staggs said...

I'm so sorry to hear that your part of the world is affected, Phyllis, but so very glad that you and your family are safe. It sure is hard to see, but hopefully the rain is finished for awhile.

Take care,
xo
Lena

see you there! said...

Goodness, hope you continue to be ok and that things dry out for everyone.

I'll be holding good thoughts for you.

Darla