Being a Lousiana native, I wanted to encourage everyone to keep the victims in their thoughts and prayers, and do what you can to help. American Red Cross is a good place to donate, of course. The more I watch the news, the more I think two main things: 1) How lucky I am to have the ability to go virtually anywhere I need or want to go anytime I want to go there. 2) How easily all of that ability could be taken away from me if mother nature felt it was the thing to do. Imagine living in a city with no potable water, no electricity, and 3-5 feet of water everywhere you go. All of a sudden, I have a strong yearning for beignets at Cafe du Monde. OH, and by the way, those of you still in Lousiana going about your daily lives after this disaster, keep in mind that your family and friends out of state may not be able to get in touch with you directly by phone. An “all circuits are busy” signal has been the phrase of the week on my phone. Give your expatriate friends a call and let us know that you and your family are OK. Laissez les Bon Temps Roulez.
Posted at 09:09 pm by Logipundit
|Posted by Static Brain @ 09/06/2005 09:16 PM PDT|
|I have been saying prayers for the victims every day since the disaster.
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