If you would like to see the videos of the storms yesterday go to http://www.abc3340.com/ and clik on home or weather they have about 20 of the storms themselves and the destruction. The one thing those pics prove YOU ARE NOT SAFE ANYWHERE. It destroyed stores, homes, court houses, hospitals, roads, EVERYTHING in its path. Today 24 hours later they are still finding bodies, and injured, and have not even been able to search everywhere even with National Guard help. We were lucky. The supercells, 2 of them, one went just north of my home by a couple of miles and one stayed in the air as it went over the top us. Literally over the top. Even the national weather service station at the airport 4 miles from my house abandoned their station to seek saftey. Just the grace of God that that storm stayed in the air. I was, for the first time in a long time, terrified in a storm. Today around my home the air is clean, the birds are singing and all seems right in our world, but not all that far from me people are worn out, hurting, trying to find their loved ones, to pick up the pieces of their homes and their lives. They look in the pics to be shell shocked like casualities of a war battle, and the pain won't end in a day or two or even months. They have no homes, no belongings left, just nothing but splinters and tattered dreams. May God have mercy on their souls, and comfort them. Please say a prayer for all of the people touched by those storms yesterday, not just the ones in Alabama. Folks as far away as Michigan were hit by tornados yesterday. They all hurt, physically and mentally.