There are many among the North Texas community who have hunkered down as the skies turned ferociously against them. Weather guessers’ broadcasting of predictions became reality as funnels dropped down from the clouds.
Sure, it wasn’t as devastating as the storms hitting our neighbors in Oklahoma and Kansas, but it was still brutal.
Imagine! These folks in Kaufman, Van Zandt and other counties woke this morning with the ho-hum routine of fixing breakfast and seeing their kids off to school for a final day before summer break. Instead their kids were in shelters, while their parents helplessly fretted.
Now in too many cases, they’ve nothing except their lifeblood and, hopefully, their loved ones.
While these dire calamities may not be hitting your block, consider shouldering up and helping those who can’t even find their mailbox, let alone their households.
You know the drill all too well. There’s the Red Cross, Salvation Army, etc.
But remember before you offer your prayers and/or support, make sure that you are providing for an organizations that will make a definite difference.