Over on Charlotte Dillon’s blog, she’s giving us a fascinating day-by-day first-hand account of what it’s like to prepare for a hurricane, fret over what is the right decision, worry about things like survival and pets and what you’ll return home to. Charlotte is still going through the aftermath. Another of her posts gives a view of what’s happening in her little town of Bogalusa. It’s fairly cut off from everything and necessities like electricity and phone service remain inconsistent. A recent shipment of bread and ice were cause for rejoicing.
The world left behind by Hurricane Katrina still suffers. Read for yourself what it’s like and if you’ve nothing left to give – leave a comment of encouragement and support.
Quote for today: Every time I close the door on reality, it comes in through the windows. -Jennifer Unlimited-
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