Outdoor Wednesday


Today I am participating in Outdoor Wednesday hosted by Susan at Southern Daydreamer.


I took this picture Tuesday morning before it was very light outside. An owl (can't see him) was hooting out in the backyard and I had to come out and look. That's the moon peeking through the trees.

Now there's never a dull day in Oklahoma. We had a beautiful morning followed by F2 or F3 tornados in the afternoon. There were two or three tornados around us but none were closer than about 4 miles away.

Please remember those who have lost their homes have been hurt in the tornados.

49 comments

  1. Oh Stacey, I am so glad you are alright! I will remember those that have lost their homes in my prayers! Nancy

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  2. I am so glad that you were not threatened by those tornadoes!

    Since Cottage Living quite printing and I had a years subscription left, they are sending me Southern Living...so I will have a chance to check it out now...

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  3. Welcome to Outdoor Wednesday Stacey!

    a wonderful picture of the moon! And tornadoes 4 miles away later that day? Too close for me....stay safe!


    Thanks for sharing your photo with us

    Susan

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  4. I am glad that you are fine. Tornadoes are an amazing thing. I watched the weather channel this afternoon hoping all of my friends were well.

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  5. g'day, just surfed right on in from not sure where, love that moon picture, you've inspired me to get out there and have a look tonight

    Sarah

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  6. I am so glad you are okay! I thought of you when they showed the tornados that hit Oklahoma. Take care. Twyla

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  7. Great shot of the moon for Outdoor Wednesday. You have a lovely blog.

    Blessings, Lana

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  8. Wonderful Moon photo, stay safe, Kathy.

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  9. Stacey oh my goodness!!!

    I'm glad you are okay.
    How terrifying...:(

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  10. Beautiful pictures. My daughter lives in Ok and I always worry about those tornados. Stay safe, and thanks for sharing, Maryrose

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  11. Stacey,
    Was so glad to read that you & your family are alright. Was watching the news and saw the damage to your town. Keeping you in our thoughts & prayers.

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  12. Beautiful shot of the moon, Stacey! And I hope you stay safe from the bad weather. Here's wishing you a...

    Happy OW!

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  13. I heard about the tornados yesterday on the news and thought about my blog friends in that area. Glad to hear that you are alright.

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  14. The full moon is beautiful. I saw on my computer this morning that there were tornadoes. I haven't had the news on yet. I will be praying for everyone.
    Kathleen

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  15. Beautiful shot of the moon among the trees. Don't you just love the sound of an owl? Glad that you're safe, the weather is so unpredictable right now. Kathy

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  16. Stacey,
    I'm delighted that you came by to visit with me and hope you will come again....

    We are knee deep in this project and it is taking longer than we thought....

    Blessings to you and yours...Betty

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  17. I thought about you when I heard the weather reports this a.m. We get a few tornadoes here but nothing like when we lived in OK. Glad to hear you're safe!

    Those were from last year. I see a few daylilies sprouting but so far, that's it!

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  18. Hi Stacey~

    When I heard that tornadoes had hit the Ok. City area, I, immediately, thought of you. So relieved to hear that you're OK...those storms can be scary and deadly. I will definitely say a prayer for those who weren't as fortunate.

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  19. Oh Stacey,
    Tornadoes are so scary. I am so glad you are alright. I imagine that this time of year can be very changeable as far as weather goes. Stay safe! Amy

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  20. Beautiful picture. I'm so glad your okay! I was praying for all of y'all in OK last night!!

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  21. Yes we will continue to pray for those who have had such tragic losses, and for your continuing protection.
    Love the sound of a hooting owl or a dove calling, the pic. was great.Thanks for sharing,
    Blessings,
    Sue

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  22. Oh, Stacey, prasie God you and your family are safe and sound. I know these storms can just be devastating! My heart and prayers go out to all those who've suffered!

    Thanks for you advice on my living room. You know your winged backed chairs are about the color of my walls! My chairs are tufted right now but I want them to be recovered without that this times - just like yours. I love that fabric and you're calling it right. It's beautiful. Your living room is just so lovely!
    Thanks Dear One,
    Shelia ;)

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  23. I was thinking of you Ok bloggers when I saw the news from Edmond this morning. Glad you made it okay.

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  24. The weather here is gorgeous, but I do not look forward to tornado season. I will pray for those families. Jackie

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  25. I love that photo, with the trees and the moon shining brightly...I too love to hear the owls. And isn't it amazing that even though they are quite large creatures, we hardly ever actually see them, just hear their wonderful voices. :-) So glad you are safe...tornadoes are so unpredicatble and terrifying.

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  26. I sent you an email Stacey.
    Hugs,
    Carol

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  27. Wonderful picture of the moon.
    We are getting the winds from the front you had yesterday! Glad your O.K.

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  28. Lovely photo!

    I heard of the tornados this morning on the news. My heart goes out to those affected.

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  29. When I heard about the tornadoes in Oklahoma on the news this morning I instantly thought of you. Glad to hear you are okay.

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  30. I have family in McAlester & Wilburton and was so worried last night. I'm glad everyone made it through safely at your house & theirs ♥ pretty picture too :)

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  31. I saw the devastation on teh news this morning...my prayers are w/ everybody affected. We were lucky it blew threw here real fast. Love that pic of the moon through the trees!

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  32. I had no idea there were tornadoes - so glad you and your family are ok. Your pictures are lovely. :)

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  33. Hi Stacey! So glad you are safe! 4 miles still a little too close for comfort!!!! I just love the moon early in the morning before it leaves for the day!!! I've missed many pretty photo opps because I was too lazy to get the camera!lol Have a great rest of week! Jeannette

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  34. Love that last photo! I was worried about you last night.
    Brenda

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  35. I was praying for us all last night. Our area of East Texas only had high winds. No damage. So glad you are alright. Lovely picture.

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  36. Hi- I'm so glad you posted an update and let everyone know you are fine! I was so worried about all my OKey friends! I'm so relieved to hear you and your family are okay :o)
    ~Des

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  37. My mama is in AR, so I was watching the weather channel and talking with her on the phone last night...thought of you when your area was hit so hard.

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  38. So glad you are ok. Hoping my other friends in Edmond are ok.
    Debbie

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  39. Isn't it amazing how quickly a day's events can change? From the peaceful and beautiful moon picture...to nasty tornadoes. So thankful that you all are okay, and truly thinking about those who lost so much. We have a high wind advisory, and that seems minor compared to tornadoes.

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  40. Oh Stacey, I did hear about these tornados on the news. Not being very familiar with the geography of OK, I did think of you. So glad you didn't have any. I'm saying a prayer for those who were hit by these tornados. laurie

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  41. We were watching a lot of the tornados in Edmond and I'm glad you were not damaged by any of them. In our area it ended up being an EF 4! They said winds of 166 miles per hour. SCARY!!

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  42. Stacey-

    I am glad you are okay! I wondered about you when I saw those tornadoes on the weather channel!

    Stay safe :-)

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  43. Glad you are ok, I have family in OK and thankfully they are all fine....Barb

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  44. Ohh, I'm glad that you're ok!! Must have been a scary time!

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  45. Hi Stacey...I am so glad the storms missed you and I have been keeping the others in my prayers.
    ;-) Bo

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  46. Yep, we heard about the tornados there. Glad you're okay.

    Will definitely say a prayer for those who are now without a home.

    Blessings friend!

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  47. I am so glad you did not get hit by the tornado, Stacey. Beautiful
    shot of the moon!...Christine

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  48. Great shot of the moon! Glad to hear that the tornadoes weren't close by.....Hope you are having a Happy Valentine's Day! ~ Robyn

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  49. Hi, Stacey girl...well, did your sweetie man bring you candy and flowers for V. Day? Mr. SweetNothings brought me a pretty card and a large heart-shaped box of CHOCOLATE COVERED STRAWBERRIES. OH, MY...I did give him the biggest hug and kiss, too! tee hee.
    Hope your Sunday is a great one...

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