Indigo Insights

Sunday, August 28, 2005

As night approaches here on the East Coast, our hearts go out to the Gulf Coast folks who are facing such an awful night. Here in North Carolina, we've been there and done that, but fortunately escaped a Cat 5. The possible scenarios now being discussed on television foretell of how much help those folks are going to need. Let's send our prayers in advance and prayers after the terrible hurricane has passed. Please also pray for efficient, well-organized after-storm programs to be ready to receive and distribute aid with tangible items that will be needed. If pick-up centers are open near you, send all you can. The first few days of aftermath will be hellish for the victims. Check your local community town halls, schools, and civic organizations for information on what you can do to offer assistance with immediate needs. Or call 1-800-HELPNOW for more information.

with Lynx

>^..^< HT to Da Goddess for linking this interesting article from an Australian reporter aboard the USS Tarawa.


>^..^< Do you read Verrrrrrrrrrry interesting.

>^..^< Solotude says "I may be done blogging. I love blogs and read them all the time. But I'm not loving my blog as much." He goes on to say how much he has changed, etc. A good post from a good man.

>^..^< Oldest active-duty Navy SEAL retires at 60

>^..^< 'SPLAIN IT!

>^..^< How long has it been since you saw these? They have disappeared where I live.

>^..^< Per chastisement for not having "Comments" -- E-mail:


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-- Joseph Brant (Thayendanegea), Mohawk