Wednesday, October 31, 2012

The Calm After the Storm: Ways to Help with Hurricane Sandy

We made it through the storm!

A little scary at times, but we
came through without much
damage and no power loss.

Thanking God for our
many blessings today!

Which makes me wonder
how I can help out.


Here's a couple of ways
I've found to help those
impacted besides the
American Red Cross:


Thank you for your
kind words and prayers
for our family and friends.

It means more than words
can say!


5 comments:

Heidi@TheMerryMagpieVintage said...

Jillian, I'm so glad to hear that you're safe!

The Vintage Farmhouse said...

Thank you for updating, so glad you are safe!

Kathryn Ross said...

Was thinking of you, Jill, as I know there was a lot of tree damage in land PA. We really came out of it here in Vineland with little to nothing - never lost power - little tree anything. I think after the derecho and all the trees that might have fallen - already down - that may have helped minimize it this time. HOwever, you are right about our seashore - gone! Hope you mom dared well - let me know. We were supposed to have our women's retreat at the Flanders on the OC boardwalk this weekend. OC is indefinitely under water and knee-high sand at the moment - but the boards are largely intact. Not like AC - historic landmarks gone to sea . . . whole communities just 30 minutes from our front door are gone. Beyond sad. Glad all is well with you - tell me about your trees! And what do you know about the Ren Faire and Mount Hope?
Joy!
Kathy

Melissa/Piney Rose said...

So glad you are okay, Jill! This certainly was a terrible storm just as predicted. We only have rain and cold weather as a result of the storm. I can deal with that.

Annesphamily said...

Always a blessing to ride out such a terrible storm. I am sorry for the loss of life, the people who lost everything and I pray for strength and lots of faith to get thru the days ahead. You were very blessed and I am very grateful you and yours are safe.