The Longest Day (yet)

Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2005 seemed like the longest day of my life. Longer than my wedding day (a good, long day). Longer than the day (and night) Kimberly was in labor with Jonathan. It was as if each hour took three hours to pass. And this wasn’t a good, long day.We had no power, no … Continue reading The Longest Day (yet)

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The Storm – Round Two

Shortly after the storm died down, we ventured outside to see the damage. The yard was a mess and a lot of shingles were missing from one side of the roof, but the house had no structural damage.Limb and trees were down everywhere. Shingles littered the front yard. Plant debris, leaves and grass, covered the … Continue reading The Storm – Round Two

Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans? Part 2

Note: During the month of August I am sharing Hurricane Katrina memories. Some memories are sad. Some are happy. But the scars are healed and the memories are redeemed.--- Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans?Jonathan knows what it means.He was only four and half years old when Katrina hit. He had … Continue reading Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans? Part 2