Oklahoma’s collective heart is broken.
At least 24 little ones dead, 51 total fatalities and climbing. Family members still missing.
Please help if you can.
Bountiful Baskets is taking a food truck and is also taking monetary donations on their website. You can donate your basket this week as well.
You can always check out redcross.org to make donations.
Jenks Police department is accepting donations of blankets, non perishable foods, bottled water, flashlights, dog food, diapers, formula, bottles, first aid, personal hygiene items, etc…
There is a facebook page with specific info about what shelters and whats available for victims at https://www.facebook.com/MooreOKTornadoInfo
The Red Cross has set up a website for people who are looking for their families or friends in the areas hit by the tornado, just go to www.safeandwell.org.
i took my last post down out of respect for the families in moore. my thoughts go out to those families whose kiddos were at the school that was hit and are still missing. pre-k through 3rd grades are unaccounted for, from what i understand.
my cousin is an emt in the area that was hit and i text my aunt to see if he and his wife were okay. she said that a hospital was hit and he has been working non stop since last night.
the weather is beautiful, but not as beautiful as coming home to your family.
stay safe okies.
im making some… i dont know… fucking chicken thing in the crock pot and i havent eaten hardly anything today.
all i want is a fat guys burger that is covered in cheese and some of my aunt cindy’s fruit salad. and a giant pickle. i went to the store today (not my normal grocery store) and i couldnt find one and i left extremely irritated.
you know youre the mom of a toddler when…
youre vacuuming smushed blueberries off your hardwood floors and he pulls on your shirt to tell you
“mom, i peed on your breakfast.”
luckily im on my third cup of coffee
its going to be one of those days.