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This is an amazing article.

I have to work Saturday. I had predicted it when I got back on Tuesday, so I wasn't surprised. At least it's only the morning, but that does make the weekend so VERY short. But I needs the money! I way overspent in Albuquerque, so I'm busted.

I have two reviews due on Friday plus something for my other site, which means another article (I'm dry) or an expanded review (which is most likely). I started working on polish and ended up almost completely re-writing Della's first scene to bring out her character more; I know her, but I'm not conveying her as well as I'd like. I'm actually pretty content with Sean Patrick's first scene.

I bought gas at $3.19 Tuesday, and it was $3.09 yesterday morning. Of course.


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Sep. 8th, 2005 07:55 pm (UTC)
This is an amazing article.

Another article that makes me want to cry. But thanks for sharing it.

I imagine that most of the surviving homes in the flooded areas will have to be bulldozed. They'll be lucky if wood is structurally sound after sitting for more than a week in a cesspool.
Sep. 9th, 2005 12:11 am (UTC)
It's sad, true, but it was so well-written it struck me.

There's one even sadder, I think, about all the lost historical homes in Biloxi and other towns and cities throughout Mississippi and Louisiana. It said Katrina went through "15 historic districts and over 120 individual properties that are listed on the lesser National Register of Historic Places, as well as scores of other historically important buildings that were not nationally recognized."

I always hate losing the history. I know the lives are important, but the history hurts some...
Sep. 9th, 2005 05:24 am (UTC)
The history and the culture. We haven't heard the status of museums and galleries yet. :/
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