Thats what we will get to.

Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Lets all say a prayer for the storm victims

Its a sad day.


Blogger bleemy's blemishes said...

Yeah! Whats with all the technology of this century? Cant it save some lives and help us cope with such storms!


8:49 PM  
Blogger callieischatty said...

This storm is caused at least in part by climate change which for some reason I don't see the great minds of our day are ignoring.

In 100 years the tropical storms will make the Gulf unihabitable.

9:32 PM  
Blogger callieischatty said...


If you are going to have crap like that on your blog don't post comments here.

You blog is up to you, but I don't want a link to it on my blog.

If you are mad at mail you get, there are more intelligent ways to reply.

Ignore stupid emails.

I do it.

Its easy.

Don't post here again until you delete that last post since I think kids or whoever can post and read this.


9:40 PM  
Blogger BarbaraFromCalifornia said...

Agreed. We can hope that no more damage is done, and that people are returned to a safe and secure life quickly.

BTW: I loved your post about friendship. Please see my comment on the blog.

11:05 PM  
Blogger EXSENO said...

I'll go for that in a big way Callie.

8:10 AM  
Blogger Becky said...

Very very sad day! Let's pray no more victims come from this storm! I feel guilty, not like I caused the storm but I used to be a Red Cross volunteer, and now it feels like I can't do anything to help, all my ties with the Red Cross were back in SC....

I've seen what storms like this can do to not only homes, but they destroy lives as well. Let's pray that they have hope in their time of need, hope is diminished (sp) in a time like this.

8:11 AM  
Blogger beakerkin said...

I am on the list of government volunteers to help out. Maybe I will have the honor of being selected.

8:01 PM  
Blogger DIAMONDKT said...

Definitely help out and/or say a prayer.

12:28 PM  

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