Good Morning Sunshine

It's a beautiful morning here in tornado land.

We are safe at our house but many Oklahomans were affected yesterday.

Saying a little prayer for all of those people.

Thanks to all of you who have been checking on us. :)

22 comments

Darlene said...

Morning Stacey,

It IS a beautiful morning after last night's terror!!!!! Glad you are alright. We are too. You never know about this crazy Oklahoma weather!

Laurie Anne said...

So glad all is well in your little corner :)
My thought and prayers go out to all those in turmoil. xo

Marilyn said...

Glad you are ok. We just had a medium sized limb break and a few shingles blown off. The sirens were scary. Hopefully we don't get it again this week.

Cathy said...

Oh Stacsy...I am so happy to hear that ya'll are OK! I have been watching all the craziness on the news and I am sorry to hear of the damage caused by this latest round of storms. I am praying for those affected!

Your pic is beautiful and I am very happy to see the sunshine!

Enjoy!
Cathy

Lou Cinda said...

Stacey, I am SO glad you and yours are okay!!


Wishing you sunny blue skies!!

Lou Cinda :)

Love the Decor! said...

Thank the Lord you are all okay!!!!
Love that picture of the sun in the trees.
Hope your day is blessed with more than you can imagine!

Lisa said...

Stacey,
So glad to hear that all the mayhem missed you and yours. Your photo is so pretty and is a lovely reminder that the sun always shines brightest after a storm.:)

Bringing Pretty Back said...

I absolutely love oklahoma and emailed my friend this morning to make sure they were all ok, they were. Thank God. Praying for them.

Bringing Pretty Back said...

Stacey, That is hilarious!!! Thankfuly I only have to list my height and eye color on my license!!! p.s. so honored you stopped by, thank you.

Beverly said...

Glad to hear you weren't too affected by the weather.
Beautiful picture of the sun coming through the trees.

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Stacey, so glad you are okay. I saw this on the news...so sad. Sending prayers.

Barb ♥

Shelia said...

Hi Stacey! Oh, I'm so glad to hear you're okay. I'm so sorry all this is happening...so. My prayers are with these folks.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Sit A Spell said...

I hopped over here hoping the title of this post meant all is well and I'm thrilled to see that all IS well for y'all. Prayers go up for those who are in need and have suffered great loss. A dear friend of mine had to hide out in their cellar, but they are ok.

kim said...

I have been so busy getting ready for this brunch for my mom I didn't even know about the tornadoes and bad weather. I was wondering if any of my blog friends were affected. I am so glad it didn't get you.

jamjar said...

Thankful that you are okay!!! We have so many delightful friends in Oklahoma...the devastation of the tornado was so scary to watch on tv. My daughter lived for 2 years in Norman and we still feel very connected to the town!

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

So glad it blew over and you and yours are okay. Those sirens are scary things to hear. Thanks so much Stacy for visiting my blog and you are on the list for the give-away. I hope you will visit often. I love your blog header. It's so cheery. xo Lynn

Happy@Home said...

Glad to hear that you are safe and sound. I did think of you when I was watching the news.

JG said...

Glad to hear that you & your family are o.k.

Granny Annie said...

It got past us with no problem but they tell us to be looking for more this evening. Oklahoma folks know this season well don't we?

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Batten down the hatches, the news say's you are all in for another night of it...Stay safe

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Stacey, it sounded like some areas of OK really got hit. So glad you and your family are okay. I'm ready for this weather to settle down! (I did think putting "crack" in my post title would have people wondering!) laurie

Tracy said...

Oh girl, I'm glad you all are OK. I was concerned when I heard that OK had been hit pretty hard.
My thoughts and prayers go out to those who got it.
Tracy