If I don't write about it, I might implode.
On August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina and levee breaches destroyed my home and my birthplace, but not my hope and my sense of humor.
This journal is a place for my thoughts and opinions as I cope with surviving Katrina and as New Orleans recovers.
"The List" - A list of U.S. levees in possible danger of failing.
"Thank You!" - I owe so many thanks.
Post Katrina - Items related to the storm and its aftermath.
http://www.levees.org - A source for information about levees and flood protection in New Orleans and nationwide.
Shelter from the Storm Awards - For poetry and prose related to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and New Orleans.
http://www.amillionthanks.org - To show the U.S. Military Men and Women, past and present, appreciation for their sacrifices, dedication, and service through letters, emails, cards, prayers, and thoughts.
http://www.neworleansonline.com - The City of New Orleans' Official Tourism Website.
Writers: How Prepared are You for Disasters? - On saving your writing in case of disaster.
http://www.womenofthestorm.net/index.php- "Women of the Storm" is a non-partisan non-political alliance of Louisiana women whose families, businesses and lives were affected by Hurricanes Katrina and/or Rita. Members are culturally, socially and economically diverse.
http://www.saveourcemeteries.org - The official site.
http://tinyurl.com/ColeenPerillouxLandryGallery - Coleen Perilloux Landry's Photo Galleries. See Louisiana and New Orleans as you might not have ever seen the state and city. Yes, some devastation remains, but even Katrina and the levee breaches could not destroy all of the beauty that surrounds New Orleans and Louisiana.
Laissez le bon temps rouler!
(Let the good times roll!)
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