[This picture was taken from my eating room window, from the sill itself to try to express to you how deep this snow is. This photo really does not convey the huge amount of snow you are looking at that stands well over the sill of my window.]
Dearest Friends …. To even try to put into words how deeply touched I am by all your concern, prayers, thoughts, Love, and Light, is not possible. We are living through one of the greatest disasters known to WNY and Lancaster, NY. At times it is terrifying, gut wrenching fear wanting to just take over. That I will not allow to happen.
I am feeling very tired this day, my face pale, my stomach hurting, bouts of dizziness coming and going, and all I want to do is to lay down and sleep. I am not able to do this. My husband and I must clear out our basement today, putting everything that is on the floor up on shelves, horses, my washing machine and dryer … anything we can find to get things up off the floor. Floods are going to start as of tomorrow.
How bad we are going to be affected we don’t know. But, we have over ninety inches of snow on the ground, and with the warming temperatures, we will have flooding. Please please keep praying.
And I am also asking something I do not normally do. Could you reblog either this post or any other of my other posts in which I reported the circumstances in this Winter Storm Knife, and with that reblog, please ask people to pray for us and all those who live here?
If any of you have been watching the news, you know how bad it is here. There are still streets that have not been plowed. Thousands of stranded vehicles have not been dug out and the fear is foremost if there are dead inside those vehicles. No one knows, and yes there are reports of missing people. Now with this flood coming, I honestly don’t know how all of us our going to manage. We all are exhausted beyond exhausted.
I am leaving comments open for those of you who wish to convey to me and my family your well wishes. I cannot promise you to respond to those comments. We have about 6-8 hours of work in front of us to get our basement ready for the floods. And then who knows what tomorrow brings. One moment at a time … That is all we can do here.
In closing, I cannot begin to thank each and every one of you for your support, your caring, your Love, and your prayers. You are helping us more then you know. With all my Love, Amy
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