Saturday April 16th was a day we will never forget. Terrible storms and tornadoes moved across North Carolina leaving behind mass destruction. These pictures were taken close to my home. It seemed that it was all around us yet we were able to come out of this untouched and blessed beyond measure. We had golfball sized hail pounding against our windows but the glass never broke. As we huddled in our closet as a family we tried to stay calm, pray, and have faith that we would be safe. Heavenly Father was watching over us as well as the members of our ward. However, there were members in the Fayetteville 1st and 4th Wards that were vicitms of this disaster. Today (Sunday) the priesthood member of our ward left ready and willing to go to Fayetteville and help where they were needed. Among them were my two oldest daughters who wanted to go and help. I am grateful for their willingness to serve and their example to their two younger sisters. I do love the members of the Dunn Ward. They are always ready and willing to help anyone in need. In times of need they are always there and that is a wonderful feeling to know they are there. Things like this will continue to happen more and more as the time draws near for our Savoir's return. I can only pray that we will all be prepared and ready for anything. These are just a few of the many terrible disaster that I saw.
Crested Butte and Lost Lake Campground
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