Hurricane Harvey literally devastated the city of Houston and caused significant damage in the city of Rockport, Beaumont and Corpus Christi. This past weekend and the last 6 days have been hard to grasp, in the face of such human suffering. I’m thankful for the opportunity to sign-up to volunteer and donate to the shelters that are currently housing thousands of victims. I made the decision to leave my place and hunker down with my family on last Friday night! My families neighborhood was spared from Harvey’s wrath but my heart breaks for the city of Houston and the surrounding areas that were deeply affected. The city of Beaumont currently does not have safe drinking water and there are thousands of displaced families and communities. There are literally neighborhoods completely underwater and recovery will take time! Amidst the devastation Houstonians have shown a sense of community and unity and I’m proud to be a part of that Texan spirit.
The American Red Cross is working to assist those affected by Tropical Storm Harvey. The best way to contribute to this massive undertaking is to serve, pray and donate. Follow the link below to assist in the aftermath of Harvey. #DayOfGiving
It is critical to keep living even in the midst of adversity, difficulty and struggle. I’m resuming my blog post to retain a sense of normalcy but I am also volunteering and donating where I can. On this Labor Day weekend keep Houston and Texas in your thoughts and prayers. And please donate what you can. Peace and love
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