Wordless Wednednesday – Praying It’s Just Rain This Time

by Tammy Taylor

06-13 Clouds - Taylor-Made RanchWith the destructive storms that brutalized our friends to the north in Oklahoma and much of the surrounding areas over and over again last week, I’m praying today is just rain.

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16 thoughts on “Wordless Wednednesday – Praying It’s Just Rain This Time

    1. Texas Homesteader Post author

      Indeed Fiona, especially with the exceptionally violent storms that seemed to roll through one after another this year. Thankfully we didn’t receive the devastation that Oklahoma did, but their experiences make for nervous glances to the skies for all when the weather warnings are issued. ~TMR~

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  1. Lisa Lynn

    Praying for you here, too! Thanks for sharing this on The HomeAcre Hop! Hope to see you again tomorrow at:
    http://www.theselfsufficienthomeacre.com/2013/06/the-homeacre-hop-23.html

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  2. sue

    Very scary in light of all that has happened thus far!! Stay safe! We’re so glad to have you join us at our One Sharendipity Place Link-up Party this past weekend!! It has been so much fun finding your site and others like yours out there!! We hope you’ll join us again this coming weekend!!
    God bless,
    Sue @ thet2women.com

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  3. Rosann

    Oh Amen to that. We have rain today and I’m so happy that’s all it looks like it’ll be. I’ve never experienced such severe weather until we moved to Western PA. Praying with you for those in Oklahoma.

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  4. Jacqueline @ Deeprootsathome.com

    Dear TMR,
    I am enjoying your blog today, and I can’t wait to read more of your posts! I thank you for joining us with your posts on the ‘EOA’ link-up!! I hope you will get over and meet some of the other ladies…
    I am sick about the devastation from the bad weather in OK. I have been praying for those dear families…may the Lord help them and strengthen in this time of need. I do hope you got moisture, but not high winds, etc! Blessings to you, new friend!

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    1. Texas Homesteader Post author

      Karren, the clouds were beautiful, but as you said – ominous! We were lucky it ended up being only a sprinkling for even though the turbulent weather was RIGHT THERE, the rain and storm almost completely dissipated before it got to our NE Texas ranch in. Still praying for Oklahoma families. ~TMR~

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  5. Mary-andering Creatively

    Hi,

    I agree and am praying. We had some ugly clouds here today and an EF 1 in a neighboring county touch down, but nothing like what Okalahoma is having to deal with. I am hopping around today trying to find new friends.

    🙂

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  6. Robyn

    I hope you continue to get the moisture without severe weather you need, Tammy. We are crossing our fingers for the same thing. After our May 25th hail storm the crops, grass and hay are starting to look better. The insurance adjusters were here yesterday, now we get to start working on deck staining and window replacements.

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