Where Innocence and Joy Reside

Reblogging. I originally saw this post asking for prayers and support on Laura Bruno’s Blog. Please share so others can also join in for prayers for those that were hit so hard with the snOw in NY

Petals Unfolding

image[This picture was taken from my eating room window, from the sill itself to try to express to you how deep this snow is. This photo really does not convey the huge amount of snow you are looking at that stands well over the sill of my window.]

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Dearest Friends …. To even try to put into words how deeply touched I am by all your concern, prayers, thoughts, Love, and Light, is not possible. We are living through one of the greatest disasters known to WNY and Lancaster, NY. At times it is terrifying, gut wrenching fear wanting to just take over. That I will not allow to happen.

I am feeling very tired this day, my face pale, my stomach hurting, bouts of dizziness coming and going, and all I want to do is to lay down and sleep. I am not able to do this. My…

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Comments on: "Please Keep The Prayers And Thoughts Coming" (3)

  1. Thank you and Bless you for this reblog, Dawn. I truly am grateful. Love, Amy

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    • Amy you are so welcome. We are still praying for you all. We all care because you are our fellow brothers and sisters. You are our family. Please know you are loved and protected.

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      • Dawn, I am deeply grateful to you and to all of those who prayed for us. This storm could have been a lot worse and in fact, the flooding and the high winds never happened. When you look at the pictures I posted and see the massive amounts of snow that fell in 1-2 days, and now today I look out and see green grass, I honestly can say a Miracle has occurred. Many of my bushes and plants have broken stems and branches on them, so over the course of the next few days I have to cut the broken pieces off. I also plan on now taking my Canon and get photos of the water levels in the local creeks here. Again, I say with conviction, that prayers truly were heard, and the Mercy of God was seen. I know. I lived it. Love, Amy

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