11 March 2011

Tsunami Warning

Before I get to the bulk of the post, I want to share some food pictures

I made a Chicken Breakfast Wrap with Cottage Cheese,
 Kale, Onion and Black Pepper on a Brown Rice Tortilla

Since I grilled the chicken on the George Foreman
I thought, "Why not just grill the whole wrap too" :)

Now that we've got breakfast out of the way, it's time for World News...

Have you heard about the 8.9 magnitude earthquake
 that just hit Japan? It's the largest recorded quake known
 to the area, and unfortunately has take the lives of hundreds

Most of us living on Vancouver Island, Vancouver, and Pacific Northwest 
woke up this morning to a Tsunami WarningIf the Tsunami is to hit, it will 
likely be this morning... so obviously I won't be walking down on the beach today! 

Hopefully by the time the waves arrive, they have lost the momentum 
to cause any damage... Anyways, my thoughts and prayers go out 
to those in Japan who were affected by this catastrophic earthquake


Sara @ Nourish and Flourish said... [reply]

I've been watching the news all morning, and am praying for the people of Japan. Stay safe, Kelsey! <3

Your wrap looks delicious! I love the idea of grilling the tortilla.

LeQuan said... [reply]

take care an be safe Kelsey! i have family in Vancouver and am watching the news like a hawk. let's hope you guys are not affected. keeping my thoughts and prayers with everyone affected by this horrible news.

elk said... [reply]

It's horrible. I had no idea this has happened until I turned on my radio this morning. The first thing I did was Facebook-stalk to track down friends in Japan (Facebook still creeps me out, but it's definately useful for the speedy location of people).

I really really hope that the waves do lose momentum.
Take care Kelsey xx

elk said... [reply]

*HAD happened.....and 'definitely'. I DRIVE MYSELF MAD by always spelling it 'definately'. BAHH! :)

Kayla (Little Miss Healthify) said... [reply]

So scary and so sad. I am praying for everyone who is being affected by this tragic event.

Anonymous said... [reply]

This whole thing is so sad and scary -- I hope everything is ok in your neck of the woods Kelsey!!!

Anonymous said... [reply]

saw that when i woke this morning :( soooo sad! hope you don't have any high waves!

Red Deception said... [reply]

I'm sending positive vibes your way!!

Tori said... [reply]

I'm scared, and I don't even live near any of the areas that are on alert! I can only imagine how scared you and others are. I'm praying for you :)

(what runs) Lori said... [reply]

Prayers are out, definitely! So scary and sad. :(

Happy Friday, anyway! Hope you're safe.

Love your wrap! (that sounds very out of context but whatever, it looks amazing!)

Anonymous said... [reply]

Hi hiii your comment made my day! thanks so much love!!! Gosh- so sad about japan.. sounds like God is really saying something to the world!!! hope you are doing AWESOME my love <3

Gillian said... [reply]

Very upsetting about Japan. I'm from Vancouver- you around there? I hope you stay safe and it doesn't hit the West Coast!

Pretty Zesty said... [reply]

Great idea for breakfast. Very hearty! And yes, my prayers are with everyone as well nice post!

Lola said... [reply]

Oh my god, yes, I was online last night right when it happened and it was all over Twitter! It's horrible and sad.
Be safe darling!!

nourishedwellness said... [reply]

Waking up to those images broke my heart :(

Ayla said... [reply]

I heard about the earthquake the moment I woke up. Sooner actually. My uncle called us at 3 in the morning to give us the news.. he lives in Ontario and I guess he was worried.

I'll be following what happens and I feel awful for the people living there. :(

Anon said... [reply]

looks delicious!! the news was so scary this morning. a guy i work with has family in hawaii where the tsunami is and hasn't been able to reach them : (

Mary said... [reply]

That's such horrible news. I was absolutely captivated by the news this morning at the gym. The bad news just kept seem to pile on. My prayes are with them.

Kath (My Funny Little Life) said... [reply]

It's a terrible tragedy! Such a shock again, so shortly after the shock in NZ ... My thoughts go out to the people there!

Jess said... [reply]

Praying for Japan <3

Chelsea said... [reply]

Such heartbreaking news. :( My thoughts are with Japan and all the people affected. <3

Aimee said... [reply]

Stay safe Kels<3 It's so hard to understand the magnitude of things when they happen so far away, but I think it's an amazing thing when people all over the world come together in support...hopefully Japan will be able to recover.
Wrap looks yummy on a lighter note!

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

So sad what happened in Japan :-( I am praying that no one else has to experience such a tragedy.

Sarah (Running To Slow Things Down) said... [reply]

My thoughts and prayers are with Japan. This is so heartbreaking.

kate said... [reply]

the images coming out of japan are crazy. my thoughts are going out to them big time. how scary. hope all is well for you in CA.

Anonymous said... [reply]

If I were a believer, I would pray for Japan. It's so sad. I am watching the news and I can't believe it. I still don't know how to express my support to the people in Japan I know. They just don't deserve this.

Anonymous said... [reply]

It is so sad. My thoughts are in Japan and these people.I hope we won't hear of more victims

Anonymous said... [reply]

Tsunami--so sad :( Makes me realize that my worries in life are so small and stupid!

Dana xo

Krista said... [reply]

I was glad to hear that the West Coast was safe, but what's happened in Japan is just awful....

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