Hurricane Laura

Hurricane Laura was pounding down and increasing as it etched closer and closer to the Texas/ Louisiana coast.

I hate to see these storms hit anyone but I am grateful we did not see the brunt of this one. It hit about 160 miles east of Houston, Texas.

As of 6 a.m. we have not even gotten a drop of rain but we could use a few inches because lately we have been dry as a bone.

I am sure our family, friends and neighbors in Louisiana will see some heavy rains and winds out of this and hopefully not a lot of damage.

Our son and the company he works for will be some of many workers out there getting the power back on. Rest assured you are in good hands.

Please say a prayer to keep everyone safe these workers risk their lives everyday.

Texas it might be time to ask yourself ” Do you need to cry”?

If you live near the Texas Gulf Coast take a deep breath and relax and do something fun today.

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  1. I have seen them kinda storms bounce back and fourth down the coast. Glad I don’t have to fly anymore. That stuff scares me now I am older. People do the craziest things when they should just be still.

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    1. We have been through a lot of storms around the Texas Gulf Coast. The big storm in 1900 The Galveston Hurricane is the one that took Manvel off the map so to speak.


    1. It went straight through Louisiana from the coast and towards the top. That’s only 200 something miles because LA is a small state.


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