Friday, August 26, 2011

Hurricane Irene

One of my favorite places is starting to feel the effects of Hurricane Irene. Although these pictures of Oak Island were taken on a beautiful summer day, our good friends are now experiencing rain bands from the storm.

Please join me in praying for all of those on the east coast in the path of this large storm.

If any of you are in the path of Irene, please stay safe and know that I am praying for you and your families.


From the Kitchen said...

I'm joining you! Our son and DIL are in the Boston/Providence area and we are hoping for the best for them and all those in the path of the storm.


Pam said...

It is a beautiful wide beach area, Carla.
We have friends along the shores of NC and NJ.. we too pray everyone in the Irenes path stays safe.

Have a blessed weekend, Carla

Glenda said...

Carla, I pray with you that those in the path of the storm will be safe. Will you feel any effects where you live?

Paula said...

This is a scary storm! We're wondering how my mom's beach house will fair.

Lemon Lane Cottage said...

What a beautiful place. I pray your friends are safe and that the worst is behind them. I have family in Delaware and know they are experiencing high winds, rain and tornadoes there.
Did you resolve your comment issue. I was having the same issues and found that if I sign out of blogger completely and resign (don't save your sign on and password) each time I use blogger I don't have a problem with the comments. Hope that helps, I know how frustrating it is to right a thoughtful comment and be sent in a circle and not have it post. Nice to meet you.

Allison said...

Good post, Carla. We're all there in heart!

Diana said...

We are so thankful that Irene is past, that folks are cleaning up as things begin to mend, but especially that it was not as severe as forecast.

Carla, hope all is well with your family and that the girls are doing well. Where did the summer go?

Denise said...

Hi Cara, Hope you're having a great week.

*Ulrike* said...

Hurricane Irene interrupted our trip to Connecticut, and our family got hit with it too. Not as bad as further inland though.