Friday, May 28, 2010

Why? Why? Why?






























More later......I'm too mad to type even one word. Captain John will step back in over the weekend!

32 comments:

Jen said...

Is it true? The worst oil spill in history now?

Dee Stephens said...

truly ridiculous! I mean how much more can La. and the Gulf Coast take? Katrina.. now this. Prayers.. prayers..

Carey said...

Sigh....as a Louisianian I am so saddened and outraged over this whole thing! So angry bc there was essentially no plan to deal with a disaster of this scale by BP or our government. Now that we are 40 days into this crisis the oil is still flowing and I feel like our leaders just jumped in the back seat and keep pointing their fingers at BP.
It is time for us to stand up and do something...(like approve the dredging plan for our state! Ughhh)
Enough venting for now...thank u for spreading awareness of this horrible disaster!

Cheeseboy said...

I get sick to my stomach when I see the slightest bit of oil from a boat in the lake we go fishing in. This is just dispicable - and I have no idea how to spell despicable.

Trish said...

Oh honey this is not good. We're calling you later tonight. Hugs to you and John, these images break my heart...xoxo

Dustjacket Attic said...

I guess everyone reading this is the same...crying.
xoxo

Lori said...

I was watching updates on the news tonight Lisa and was thinking of you. My chest is heavy, my heart is breaking. Just wanted to let you know that I think of you often. xo

MCW said...

I hate these pictures. Just hate them!

sinnlighet said...

I hate people's way to disarm the earth. Your pictures are shocking!

Love from your friend i Sweden

Agneta

Naturedigital said...

You know my interest on your posts and those of your captain. I am with you from the beginning.. appreciating your efforts against the misinformation, the lies and everything told or not told by the authorities, the media and BP.
For that, in my next post .. there will be a line for you.
Please dont miss it.
Have a weekend as good as it can be.. under the circumstances.
Costas.

Kare said...

This just makes me so so very sad. It's so very shameful. Prayers continue...

Claire Kiefer said...

I get so unbelievably sad when I look at these pictures. Those animals! It's devastating.

Makeupthoughts said...

This is truly disgusting,I am boycotting BP and all it's products...now and forever...

Dee

Landlocked Mermaid said...

I am sorry honey. I have been thinking of you. Hugs and more hugs.. I am praying for you and the captain... that days of relaxing on the swing return soon xoox

Holly said...

It is sad and awful. Your post tells a powerful story in photos.

RawknRobynsGoneBlogWild said...

Wow. There are no words.
I keep the love and prayers flowing.
Hold on, hon.
xoRobyn

Kelly @ Dare to be Domestic said...

This breaks my heart but I applaud you for sharing the reality so others can see this. :(

Kristin Lea said...

I live in Texas, and this oil spill bothers me all the way down to my bones. I had trouble getting through all the pictures you posted. It hurts my heart something fierce, and I wished I could drive down to the coast to volunteer, b/c I would in a heart beat. But, I am having major surgery at the end of this week.

Thank you for posting it.

Geisslein said...

Sad...sooo sad - but true! What a horrible thing, makes me so sad, I can´t find right words for this catastrophe!

Le Sigh of a Fashionista said...

Awww this post just made me very sad. So tragic. :(

Fashion, Art and other fancies said...

How cruel to nature and mankind. This is so frustrating in a very sad way.

Poppies and Sunshine said...

These pictures make me soo sad. I don't even know what to say. Why, why, why is right.

Annabel Manners said...

It's just horrifying. All that wildlife, not to mention the people who's careers depend on tourism...sending prayers for sure.

Le Sigh of a Fashionista said...

In response to your comment: Have you ever seen Southern Belles of Louisville. It was on SoapNet so if you haven't, don't judge me. You could do a season two in your own city! I'd watch! :)

♥Aubrey said...

This is terrible! I can't even imagine what it must be like to live near it & see the disaster in person.
Thank you for posting this. We need to spread the word & get more people more aware of the effects it has on our environment.
MANY PRAYERS being sent!!!

Thank you for finding my blog, so i in turn could find yours. Now following :)-

Taylor @ The Undomestic Momma said...

gosh that is so so sad!!!!!!!

Paris Pastry said...

This is truly heartbreaking! I'm saddened and furious.

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Mariel Torres said...

absolutely impressive pictures. it is a very sad situation indeed

Kelsey @ Seattle Smith's said...

Those photos are UNBELIEVABLE!!! Absolutely tragic!

Rhiannon Nicole said...

This is absolutely heartbreaking. To see all of these photos of irreversible damage. Gosh I can only truly hope that some divine power saves this mess we are in. Our poor world...

On a brighter note, it's Tuesday! Wha hoo. What more could you need? Hope yours is fabulous my lady!! XO

melifaif said...

Those pictures speak more loudly than your words ever could. So tragic.

OceanDreams said...

Those pictures break my heart. Sending a prayer for our oceans and nature.