Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Wordless Wednesday~ Damages

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Wordless Wednesday~ Damages

The storms that swept through Indiana on Sunday did quite a bit of damage. My neighborhood didn't get hit too bad, but Jason's parents neighborhood got the worst of it. We have been without power for the past few days, so I will try my very best to link up with everyone who adds their linky if it comes back on soon. The internet connection at the hotel is S-L-O-W! But I won't complain too much. I am happy that the only thing we lost was the power in that storm, especially after seeing the damages others faced.

Flooded Roads

Blocked Alleys and Roads
Broken Power Lines



Power Lines in the Street

This poor family will have to tear down the entire house!

28 comments:

  1. Oh man, what a mess. Usually when stuff like this happens, we still hear about it on the news, but I didn't hear anything about this one. Hopefully your power comes back soon and everyone can get their messes cleaned up!

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  2. Damn, that sucks for the last one big time. Mother nature can be a well you know lol

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  3. I feel for the people in the last few photos! Not good for the people! I hope you get your power back! and are safe :)

    Hey, I hope its okay if I add my link for 'Wordless Wednesday' in the night, once I get home!

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  4. Oh my goodness! Theresa these photos are so telling. Please take care and be safe. Don't worry about WW but, knowing you, you will find a way. I immediately thought of you when I heard your area was getting tornadoes. But yesterday you were perky and commenting so I assumed you were fine. Prayers are going up RIGHT NOW to those around you and to you and your family!!!

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  5. Oh my goodness Theresa! I am so sorry about this. I saw a newscast last night and the tornado damage was really shocking. I hope you will get back power soon. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone who suffered damage etc. Take care and thanks for hosting.

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  6. Wow. Powerful pictures. Stay safe, Theresa.

    xoRobyn

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  7. Oh no! That looks horrible. I do hope your in-law's house is going to be ok. Such a sad turn of events.

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  8. Oh gosh, I am so happy ya'll were spared for the most part. Been watching on weather channel and my heart goes out to all of you. Praying for everyone

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  9. I hope you and your family stay safe...the weather is not that friendly at all lately, including in our region...

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  10. OH wow!!! My heart drops when I see damage like this. I had no idea, although I did hear about it. I hope you and your family are keeping safe!!

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  11. Oh no I'm so glad you all are ok!!! The damages sure look bad. Stay safe and sound. Big hugs!

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  12. Wow! that looks bad enough glad your all ok, It has been on the news a lot here in the UK

    Have a good week and hope your power comes back on real soon ;-)

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  13. I do hope that everyone can get everything back into order soon.

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  14. Oh Gosh! Prayers being sent up.

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  15. A lot of people here are without power still until Sunday! Glad you and your house are okay!

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  16. we took down our big tree in our yard just in-case of a storm knocking it down on the house. Never seen one actually do it until now

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  17. Oh, that's awful. :( It makes me feel thankful for my family's safety. Hope you're doing OK.

    sagegrayson.com

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  18. Terrible to see the damages caused by the storm. Thank god you are safe and you lost only the power cut.

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  19. I was in North Alabama a few years ago when 20 tornadoes appeared all at once and shredded the entire northern half of the state. It was rough. Entire neighborhoods were simply gone. No one had power for a week. It wasn't the first time I'd been through a tornado hit like that, but it was the worst I've ever seen. 20 at a time is unheard of. I didn't even know anything had happened in Indiana until earlier today when someone mentioned it. I'm glad that you and your family are OK. This kind of random devastation is hard to deal with. There's so little we can do.

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    1. That's crazy Steve! We only had 3 confirmed and the town about 2 hours from us was ripped to shreds. I can't imagine how devastating 20 would be on an entire community!

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  20. Photos awesome! I am glad that your family has not been damaged!

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  21. Wow these pictures really put things in perspective. My thoughts and prayers are with all the families affected.

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  22. some disturbing images! Glad to hear you were safe!

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  23. It's odd how a town 10 minutes north of us got knocked out and all we got was a bunch of clouds and wind. I am grateful.
    POSH

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  24. OH no!!! That is awful Theresa. Now I see why you were in a hotel room. I guess I should be lucky to be working on our house after seeing all the devastation there. I am glad you and your family are all Okay!!!

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  25. Interesting post...beautiful pictures as well.

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  26. The storm wasn't as bad here, but I did have a trampoline blow into my backyard. I was thinking about going out and tryibng it out.

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