Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Remembering January 12, 2010

I can hardly believe it's already been a year since the earthquake hit us in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on January 12, 2010.  It all seems so surreal, even now.  I still feel like I can't fully wrap my mind around all that I saw and experienced last year.  I can't imagine what the people are experiencing who lost a loved one during the tragedy.  My heart is breaking for them, and all i know to do is pray for them (which is really the best thing anyone can do).  I hope that all of you who read this and remember last year, will pray for everyone who is hurting over what happened last year. 

1 comment:

Madre said...

Thanks for sharing your post Dana!! I have also been remembering the one year mark of the earthquake this week. It is good that we remember and continue to pray for those who lost loved ones, and those who are lost and apart from God. May all turn to Him before it is too late! and may those who have turned to Him as a result of the earthquake remain faithful even in the good times.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Remembering January 12, 2010

I can hardly believe it's already been a year since the earthquake hit us in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on January 12, 2010.  It all seems so surreal, even now.  I still feel like I can't fully wrap my mind around all that I saw and experienced last year.  I can't imagine what the people are experiencing who lost a loved one during the tragedy.  My heart is breaking for them, and all i know to do is pray for them (which is really the best thing anyone can do).  I hope that all of you who read this and remember last year, will pray for everyone who is hurting over what happened last year. 

1 comment:

Madre said...

Thanks for sharing your post Dana!! I have also been remembering the one year mark of the earthquake this week. It is good that we remember and continue to pray for those who lost loved ones, and those who are lost and apart from God. May all turn to Him before it is too late! and may those who have turned to Him as a result of the earthquake remain faithful even in the good times.