Today is not a good Labor Day for people in Columbus and Austin, Texas, where wildfires have been raging since yesterday.
As we were driving home to Houston after a pleasant weekend visit with our older son in San Antonio, the sky started to darken along I–10 near Columbus. The distinctive smell of smoke filled the air, as traffic slowed down to see what was burning. Apparently, that particular wildfire in our tinderbox of a state was too far away from the highway, though.
Our drought is starting to take a dire toll. Texas desperately needs rain.
And those who have lost their houses to the wildfires, as well as those who are fighting the infernos, need our prayers. Stay safe!