There is a lot I could say about the tension and stress we are under, debating to stay or evacuate from Mobile and Hurricane Katrina. And then I saw this from weather.com. They say a picture is worth a thousand words? Well, this one is worth a single decision.
Hurricane Katrina – Knocking on Our Door
By Lorelle VanFossen | Published August 27, 2005
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