Washington television reporter Rebecca Cooper, right, sorts through a stack of cards and letter as she selects a few and reads them aloud to Nathan Kriesel, left, and his wife, Amber, whose hand is shown holding cards. Amber and Nathan Kriesel and their three daughters survived the May 20 tornado, but their home at 601 SW 6 in Moore, and most of their possessions, were destroyed or scattered with the winds. On Saturday, July 13, 2013, the couple brought their daughters to the site where their home once stood. Nothing remains except dirt and sand. The foundation, driveway and sidewalks are piled about five-feet high next to the curb on 6th Street. Their neighborhood is practically. A reporter from a Washington D.C. television station met the Kriesel family in their former yard to return to them a large manila envelope filled with sentimental items, including family letters and cards, and daughter Zoe's artwork, that had been salvaged from the ruins in the days after the twister demolished their home. Nathan and Amber expressed gratitude for special keepsakes that have been located in the days and weeks following the storm and since have been returned to them-- Amber's locket, Nathan's high school soccer jacket and today, the family's letters and cards dating back decades, from parents, loved ones, friends and grandparents who are now deceased. Photo by Jim Beckel, The Oklahoman.