A young school teacher is in her class room when the sirens go off for a tornado warning. As she listens to the news she is frightful for her students and for her own children. She listens to the radio to find her youngest child’s school is in the direction that the tornado is going. Her mind haunts her as to what to do. She has three children, at different schools, but not much time. Desperately she tries to call her husband but the phones are not working. Quickly she picks up her youngest child from school and goes back to her classroom to take care of her school children. The sky is scary looking as the clouds flow in different directions, and the wind picks up. She orders the
children to go under the desks. Her own child asks if this is a tornado and she lies, telling her it is just a storm and this is just a precaution. The wind is loud, as debris hits the building. Cries for moms and dads are filling her room.
Some kids are just crying for her to hold them but she only has 2 hands.
She has to stay strong, can’t show any fear, as she tries to keep the moral of
the classroom up. Yet in the back of her mind she is terribly worried about her husband and her other two children. Although it only took moments it seemed like forever as they listened to the howls of the wind and crashing of debris to the building. When the tornado finally passed over them, the kids slowly got up and looked around. A couple of them had to be helped free from falling walls. Outside some of the buildings were flattened looking like they were made from a cardboard box. She didn’t allow herself to break
down; after all she had to stay strong for her students. When the kids were
picked up she found her car under a tree so she had to find a way home. Her mind was consumed with getting home and she finally broke down when she found her husband and other two children safe in the shelter in her home.
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I am the Author
a wife, a mother, a grandmother, and still believe in the power of love &