Posts Tagged ‘Parkersburg Tornado’

More Degrees Of Separation

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

The longer we’re away, the more bitter and sweet it is to go back. While being with our oldest friends is a stark reminder of what we could never have in another place, it is also difficult to be anything but grateful. Grateful because somewhere, always, there is a place where we can go back […]


In Which I Owe Grandmas Everywhere An Apology

Wednesday, June 4th, 2008

Yesterday, I showed you some of the lessons that my week in Parkersburg taught me. There is one more valuable lesson that I haven’t yet discussed. It’s just been… well, painful, honestly, to think about. And it really needed it’s own post. You see, we left in a hurry. I barely had time to notify […]


Everything I needed to know about life I learned from a Tornado: A Photo Essay

Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008


Monday, June 2nd, 2008

We got home from Parkersburg Sunday morning. I wonder if I’ll ever be able to use that word again without an overwhelming flood of emotions, not the least of which is guilt. And confusion. And just raw, raw, raw… emotion. My perception of home has changed dramatically in the last week. It is a strange […]


Coming back

Saturday, May 31st, 2008

.!. Adam here. Britt’s leaving this morning with Jared and the kids to drive straight back to Florida. When she gets back, she’ll still be coordinating ways to contribute, but she’ll be able to collect her thoughts a bit more and figure out the best avenue, so thanks for being patient with that. There’s no […]