Sunday, September 04, 2005


Let us remain mindful that the devastation is not merely confined to the inner city of New Orleans, Louisiana. Many sorrowful stories of others patiently waiting their "turn" for assistance. Tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands or more are affected covering many miles in several states.

Rural & suburban;
communities large & small;
century old homes as well as newly builds;
beaches, businesses & farms;
city & country;
rich & poor;
young & old;
black, white, Hispanic & everything else that comprises America.
Religious as well as those who don't, won't or can't believe;
Republicans & Democrats;
good & bad;
straight & gay.

Destruction and need are rampant.
Victims of every shape and size, every background, every lifestyle.


The rest of us are their angels and heros they call to for help in this time of need.
Helping each in our own way makes the labor productive and rewarding.
Safe Labor Day ~


At 10:10 AM, Blogger sttropezbutler said...

Thanks for much need perspective!

I'm not surprised to have this come from you!


At 11:53 AM, Blogger Sublime said...

I wrote a letter to someone one else's angel last night. I know it sounds kind of funny, but I truly did.

Strange to then see today that you have written, "the rest of us are their angels..." I never think of myself as having or being an angel.

Take care today ConnieJane,


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