Frequently people jump to the conclusion that they have a problem, when in reality there is nothing to worry about. To overcome this tendency, make it a practice to look closely at the available facts. By carefully investigating the situation, it will often show that your original worries were groundless.
From: Liz Sisco <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 6:59 PM
These are fantastic pictures.
The sky before Katrina Struck
The Sky Before Katrina Struck...
Whoever took these pictures did an awesome job.
And whoever said Katrina was 'awesome and terrifying' is telling the truth.
Wow, take a look at this .....
These pictures were made by a man in Magee, MS where the eye of the storm passed thru- what an
Magee is 150 miles North of Waveland, Mississippi where the Hurricane made landfall.
The dance with Katrina, part of her beauty as she left destruction on her exit.
They are remarkably dramatic...
picture was taken from the third story balcony of Saint Stanislaus College
located next door to Our Lady of the Gulf church in Bay Saint Louis,
Mississippi on the morning of August 29th, 2005.
This is believed to be the initial tidal wave from Hurricane Katrina.
The tidal wave was approximately 35 to 40 feet high.
When it slammed into the beach front communities of Bay Saint Louis and Waveland,
Mississippi to completely destroy 99% of every structure along the beach for 9 miles and over a mile inland.
The destruction only started there.
The flooding that continued inland destroyed the contents of all but 35 homes in these two
communities of approximately 14,000 people.
In a gentle way you can shake the world.