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Ark Time

It seems that Global warning is giving us a MAJOR warning these days.  As I sit and watch the devastation going on with the down pouring of rain here in the Chicago area...I cannot believe how much needed rain can cause such devastation.  Where is all this water going to go?  I have seen a huge sink hole that took in 3 cars on the south side of Chicago, people are stuck in their cars for 6 hours on the expressways, and one area near me on the expressway has reported water over 7 ft. high.  I am very fortunate to only have some seepage.  Thank God.  I live right of the Chicago River, but on the high end.  I am sure others on the low side are in major trouble and flooding.   With Earth day around the corner it must bring to mind how much of global warning is to blame.    All I can think is that as much horror as this has brought..that it isn't snow.  Funny how people would stay home is this was snow, but ventured out in this mess.  The reservoirs are filled with billions of gallons of water and where is this all to go?  Maybe we are getting a message to build an ark?   They closed Brookfield zoo..maybe Noah is loading his passengers as I type. There is  109 miles of our deep tunnel and it is full of water to its capacity.   Amazing amounts of water.  Boats are being rowed down the streets in a suburb called Elmhurst.  We are nearing 7 inches of rain.  This coming after the devastation in Boston.  One disaster after another.  We go to bed, say a prayer, wait for the morning sun to rise to a new day.  But the most recent days have been in gloom and despair for many.  All I can say today is I pray for safety for all those who are affected and that we all take to heart how what we do on a daily basis affects what happens tomorrow.   

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