A teacher hugs a child at Briarwood Elementary school after a tornado destroyed the school in south Oklahoma City (5/20/13).
At least 20 children dead
An applicable comment on a news article I read:
“I grew up in Wichita Falls, Texas. That town has seen its share of tornadoes. The elementary and junior high schools I attended did not have basements or tornado shelters. They just stuck us in the hall.
I moved to Sherman, TX where they had just built a brand new, multi-million dollar high school. No basement. Fifty years later, most of the public schools in Texas and Oklahoma still don’t have basements, safe rooms, or tornado shelters. My dad was in the nursing home in Stillwater when the tornado sirens went off. No safe room, no shelter, no basement. There just isn’t anywhere for our most vulnerable populations to go when there is a tornado. Yes, I have a tornado shelter in my house. They just don’t put basements in houses here (or in Texas).
Hats off to Oklahoma State University which has huge basements under most of its classroom and research buildings. But basements for little kids in elementary school? They’re out of luck.”
Jesus woman! Get around the corner!
Go on baby girl! Get ‘im!
Id quit playing my game for sure!
You look beautiful, don’t be shy!
Omg, she is so precious.
Aww if a girl did this for me I’d chuck my Xbox out the window~
Go on darling, if it was moi. Id smash mon gaming device and love on you insted!
Reblogging again because this is just lovely and I need someone like this and I’m saving this picture to my computer and just NINLSUSRGLSDBFIWB the woman in this is so beautiful and everything *gross sobbing*
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