We still have a mess to clean up. Like Vickie said, pictures are one thing...but when you see it, you realize. I realize we were lucky. We are tired (exhausted) but we have a home.
Any time I talk to my friends, we are all grief stricken. There are so many without homes. It seems everyone knows someone without a home now. Our town has set up a shelter and it's FULL. Peoples pets are being housed in cages at a temporary place set up by Red Cross. There is a place set up for all of the donations and it looks very organized. Like a store. Two high school football teams (Kokomo and Hamilton Heights) were suppose to play each other at Lucas Oil Stadium Friday evening. Instead of having the game, the two teams worked together that day, in the hardest hit area of our town. They were honored at the Colts football game. There have been volunteers from other areas, neighboring towns, helping us out. I get a lump in my throat just talking about it.
I've only been in town once since this happened. Out of respect for the people who have lost everything, I did not take any pictures. You can see it on the news.