Moved beyond words...

A new blogger friend emailed me a link to a video her photographer son had put together on the devastation in Enterprise. It moved me beyond words...

Please click slide'>here and make sure you have your speakers turned up. Also, it may prompt you to install something to view it, but trust me, I did it and it is more than worth it. The name of his business is Perfection Photography and you can visit his web site at www.perfectionphotography.net.

Also click here for the front page story on Katie of today's Montgomery Advertiser and here for additional photos from the funeral (you'll have to click "next" under the photo captions to advance).

Please continue to keep the Strunk family in your prayers. Their contact information can be found in previous posts.

8 sweet friends had to say...:

Di-dan said...

That is awesome Tracey, you are right! I watched, I think, most of the video this morning, but will watch it ALL from work today, I just need to get ready right now. Thanks for the links and for keeping us so well informed.

musicaljean said...

That slide show with the music is tremendously moving. "Praise You in the Storm" and "Healing Rain" are two songs that have ministered so much to me, so as soon as I heard the music start the tears started to flow. Thanks for sharing that site.

RealEstateGirl said...

Isn't it powerful? The music he chose, along with the photographs... I had tears forming a puddle on my desk!

Adam R. Owens said...

It's www.perfectionphotography.net

Thanks so much for the kind words, and we are thinking and praying daily for everyone involved in this tragedy.

RealEstateGirl said...

Sorry! I corrected your link! Thank you again for all you've done.

Magnolia Mom said...

Just found your blog from the party. I'm from Auburn. I still can't believe what happened last week.

NspiredByFaith said...

I am in North AL and a new blogger. I sat and read your post and watched the video you linked to and cried and cried. When I think of that Dad watching the video screen and crying, my heart is broken for them all over again. Our disaster relief team from this area was there last week, and they brought back stories of heartbreak but also of triumph. It is such a tradgedy.

justabeachkat said...

Tracey, we're still out of town and I'm having to use dial-up (yuk) so I'm only on for a few minutes every once in awhile. I'll definitely check this site out when I return home. I will continue to keep Katie's family and yours in my prayers.

 
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