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I was prepping for my last few days in worinkg in the Federal Gov't. I was on edge already because a dear frined of mine, who is originally fron New Orleans, still had family there. They were residents of the ninth ward. When the hurricane touched down, I called her every so often t make sure she was okay. Even though she was living in Atlanta at the time, I know she was worried about her father, uncle, and some cousins. I called her to see if she recieved any word from her dad.At the time, her family was fine. They were one of the many families that decided to weigh out the storm. They were troopers.Then.. the levees broke.I kept in touch with my friend. At one point she had heard from her father. He was headed to the superdome. After that conversation, it would have been a mere two to three weeks when she would hear from ehr father again.I felt bad. I worried for my friend. I wanted to be in Atlanta comforting her. There wasn't much I could do being in DC. Well, there were two things I did. 1) By the second week, her worry was turning into a mournful sadness. She didn't know if her family was dead or alive. She was tempted to jump in her her truck and drive to New Orleans, but she knew that wouldn't do much good if the city was flooded and in a civil unrest like it was. She was a bit low on funds and I wired her money. I wired her more than what she was expecting and told her to treat herself to the gospel concert she wanted to attend at the time. I wanted to help her shift her mind to some rejuvenation as much as possible. Even if it was only for an hour.The second thing I wanted to do.. when I heard that some of the victims were going to be flown into DC and housed at the DC Amory, I had planned to run to my father, a retiree of the DC National Gaurd, to see if he could use his contacts to help me locate my friend's family in case they made it here.Thankfully, just before I was setting the wheels in motion to do so, my friend called me. He's Safe! Her father and his wife had made it to Arkansas. However, her cousins and (I think) uncle were in Dallas.Needless to say, when she was able to return home.. her phsycial home was gone. Nothing was left. Yet, like so many other residents, she is still proud and edidcated to calling New Orleans her home.Currently she is living in Miami and still returns home for Mardi Gras and other festivals. Her family stayed in Arkansas.


I was huddled up with my 2 year old and a storm TV/radio combo in the masetr bedroom closet of my Cordova, TN home. At the time I was a few months pregnant with twins and my husband had just began his job in Atlanta at GA State. I was scared.When the wind and rain cleared, my home was the only one on my street not damaged. We did not suffer power loss but I could not reach my mother, dad, aunts and uncles who lived less than 3 hours away in MS. I could not reach my cousin who lived in Hattiesburg, MS.A day after the storm, with baby in tow, I drove to my mother's house to find no electricity. Since she is a nurse she was staying at the local hospital to help those suffering from the storm.While New Orleans have become the face of Katrina, many other areas were severely damaged. ALL of them are still in need of our prayers and resources.Thanks for posting this Shelia!


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