Gosh, what a storm. Looks like we took it on the chin guys.
Sorry to be so late posting. We evacuated for the storm and have been spending time cleaning up since then. The house took it up to the cats eyeballs (10 inches of water).
I hope you did well and survived the storm.
Samaritan’s purse is:
Bringing Relief After Hurricane Isaac
Samaritan’s Purse is helping people affected by the storm in Louisiana
Samaritan’s Purse is helping people affected by Hurricane Isaac in two of the hardest-hit areas in Louisiana. Staff and volunteers are cleaning debris and muck from flooded houses, removing downed trees, and tarping damaged roofs.
We have set up bases at First Baptist Church in LaPlace and Journey Fellowship in Lacombe. LaPlace is located in St. John the Baptist Parish, about 25 miles west of New Orleans. Hundreds of houses were flooded or damaged in the area. Lacombe is situated on the northeast shore of Lake Pontchartrain in St. Tammany Parish.
“We feel that Samaritan’s Purse being here is a way for us to have a presence and an impact on our community,” said Paul Naylor, pastor of First Baptist. “It allows us to be a part of what you’re doing and we feel good about that.”
(click on the link to read more)