Monday, October 29, 2012
As we settle in with our clean laundry, bottled water and new flashlights (or at least fresh batteries) it may do us well to think about the people next door. Perhaps they have not been able to get supplies, cannot afford readiness or accessibility (lacking under sunny skies) is not available. With a cautious heart I recall people who died in nursing homes in past hurricanes. Unable to move away from the rising water and unseen by the billions of CNN minutes. Many of us know of people next door or people who used to be next door and now are behind the doors of institutions that on dry days have hurricane conditions inside. Remember them, share a bottle of water open your doors.