People were already grieving and angry in Oklahoma City on the morning of Nov. 5.
The death toll in the quake was more than 3,000.
The city was already struggling to recover.
People from around the world were coming to Oklahoma to help rebuild and help their loved ones.
But now people from far away were feeling the pain.
In the hours following the quake, I began to think back to how many times I had been told the world had changed since then.
I had watched the images of devastation and death in my family’s pictures and photos from the disaster’s aftermath.
I thought of how I had missed the people in my life that were still in the same place, just a little bit less.
I couldn’t help but think of my own father, my grandfather, who had passed away after his home in Tulsa, Oklahoma, collapsed on Sept. 26, 2011.
In the days following the earthquake in Japan, I was also struck by the images and stories of Japanese citizens and families who had suffered.
I was also moved by the stories of young children, including one boy who was in his school gym class and was watching his friends play on the basketball court when he heard the earthquake.
The noise of the quake made it impossible for him to concentrate, so he turned to his friends and told them that the quake had hit his house.
I remember thinking, that’s my home.
I can’t wait to see my dad again, I thought.
When I saw those images, I wanted to know more about what I was seeing.
I wanted answers.
What I found in the weeks after the quake shocked me.
The devastation, the destruction that happened right in front of my eyes.
But the truth is that it wasn’t all that bad.
I still can’t quite believe it, but at the same time, I know the people that survived it are still in a much better place than I was.
My heart breaks for them.
It took me a long time to fully understand how people could survive a magnitude 7.8 earthquake.
I was shocked to find that the damage to my home in Oklahoma wasn’t so bad after all.
After all, I could have been in my parents’ house or my grandfather’s house.
It was only after I learned more about how people who were killed in a magnitude-7.8 quake could rebuild and live that I was able to see that it was possible for them to stay there.
My mom was a housewife when I was born.
She worked as a nurse’s aide in Oklahoma.
I loved her and she would take me out for ice cream, or take me for lunch and play cards.
We would hang out all the time, and we even shared some of my favorite childhood memories.
My dad was an engineer, so we went to a university together and we were both involved in building schools.
My dad was always involved in making things, and my mom was always making them.
My mom’s passion for learning and making things is what led to my love of science and technology.
I am so thankful that my parents could get back to their normal lives after the earthquake because that was what I wanted.
I want to help people who have lost loved ones because they couldn’t do anything about it.
My hope is that if we can find ways to help others, we can also help those that have lost their lives.
In Oklahoma, my mother had already started her life with two kids.
She moved out of her old house and into an apartment that was right next door to hers, and the next day she started working for the city of Oklahoma City.
She lived in that apartment and did laundry, cooked, cooked the meals and even helped with the landscaping.
She was also a teacher, so she was working toward an associate’s degree in education and was teaching a class that included children.
My father also had a new job, but he worked on the streets as a bouncer.
My father worked at the downtown area.
I know that he was working hard, and I think it was because he wanted to make sure that his daughter could get ahead.
He worked nights and weekends, and he did what he could.
When he had a chance to walk through the city, he would take my mother for a ride.
I don’t think my dad ever lost sight of the fact that he had to get his daughter a good education and be able to support her and her family.
I always told him, you have to do what you can to help.
After the earthquake struck, my mom started to work two jobs.
She did laundry and cooked.
My parents were never married, but I have seen photos of them together.
I think they wanted to be together.
My mother was happy to see her husband and my father together, and she told me that my dad was proud of her for going through that hard time.
My grandfather and my grandfathers dad had both gone to college, and