Tag: Hurricane Ike

Ike, One More Time

Well, things have improved on the coast, but there is a long way to go.  I was looking around this morning, and found this.  Oh, and check this out, also.  After you read the articles, keep praying for the area. Thank you.

Day to Day

I’m managing from a list again.  I am having trouble focusing, due to the troubles down south. The coverage this morning included distribution problems for supplies in Houston; inability of people to get to Galveston to survey their property and the cancellation of the “look and leave” policy; cattle wondering all over and even being …

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Real World

Yesterday I spent a lot of time scouting for information on Port Bolivar and Galveston.  There isn’t much good news about that area, the devastation is widespread.  Just getting the power on in Houston will require major effort, never mind Galveston.  Much of the Bolivar peninsula looks like wasteland. I’m grateful that members of my …

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The coverage of Ike has been intense and terrifying at the same time.  The water looks pretty high to me.  Reports of 7 feet of water on the Strand in Galveston seem surreal. I’m still praying for all those who have been affected.

Galveston, Oh Galveston

Mom and S-Dad lived on the West end of Galveston Island for several years, and then on Pt. Bolivar after that. I still have family in the area.    Late this morning, I was able to reach my youngest brother by phone.  I was relieved to hear that his son, daughter, grandson and ex-wife were …

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