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They say "It takes a flood to end a drought"

And that is what Texas is experiencing! From where we live in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area to Houston to San Antonio we are experiencing insane amounts of rain in a very short time. It has rained almost every day in May. Our rivers and lakes are flooding and our neighborhoods are being destroyed by the excess water. 
But that is not what this post is about, it is about asking you to stop and pray for a town I love and the 8 missing in the picture below. I can not imagine as a mom what these women were going through as the house they were in was swept away by floods with their family, including their children, in it. 
Please pray that they are found. I know that realistically them being found alive is very slim but for their families please pray that they are found either way. Also pray for the healing of the family they have left behind, the husband who was found holding onto a tree 12 miles away, the family dog that was found on someones property, and the mom and father and sisters who have lost their loved one. I have not been able to stop thinking about the 8 missing. 
Also about the town that I love, one of my favorite places in Texas, Wimberley. I was just there a month ago with my mom and sister. We had lunch on the Blanco river. Anyone who knows me knows this is one of my happy places, a place I grew up going to and one that feels like home to me. 


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Memorial Day

Land of the Free because of the Brave
photos taken at the American Cemetery in Normandy France summer of 2011