Sunday, September 21, 2008

Recovering From Ike


Thank you to everyone who asked about how I was during and after Hurricane Ike. This picture was taken yesterday on the Causeway to Galveston where many, many boats came up on the highway. Oh my goodness, what a storm that Ike was. I live about 15 miles inland from Galveston and I evacuated into North Houston thinking that would be far enough away. This storm was hard to get away from. I was very fortunate and only lost a big tree in my front yard that thankfully fell the right way and not against my house. I lost most of my fence in the back yard and my pool was very full of debris. I lost power for a week and still do not have Internet access other than dial up (remember how slow that was??) Lots of challenges, but I feel completely blessed in comparison to so many others. Life gets better day by day and improvements are starting to be seen. Still thousands of people without power or water and much rebuilding and cleaning up to do. I haven't had a chance to catch up on everyone's blogs so will have a lot of catching up to do. Take care and hope to have something good to blog about soon.

4 comments:

Bellini Valli said...

I was so sorry to hear that you were in Ikes path. I suppose we have to give thanks for small blessings that things were not much worse. Take care, my thoughts are with you all.

Anonymous said...

glad you made it ok..
tq
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Custom Blog Designs said...

Anj, Glad to hear that you are safe! I kept my eye glued to KHOU.com to follow the coverage.

Carla said...

I was thinking about you when Ike hit. Glad to hear you are safe :)