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September 30, 2013


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That red kite seems like a symbol of hope...life is all of this; the flood, the sunshine, the fear, the changing leaves. Thank you for taking us along on a small part of your journey.


Thanks for putting a human face on the flooding. I live in northern Arizona and from here it's all too easy to watch the 30-second news blurbs on TV and feel bad for everyone affected by the flooding and then, sadly, forget all about it once the media moves on to the next story of the day - like the government shutdown.

Kathy Lynn Harris

Love your blog and your writing.

Sally Hanson

Loved all your insights into what happened to you and your area. So shocking! It's the personal stories that make it real.

Kathy Kaiser

I agree. When I see stories of disasters elsewhere, it doesn't really register until I hear the personal stories and sometimes the photos. Having witnessed this disaster myself, I have much more sympathy for others who have gone through similar disasters.

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