Katrina Memories: Stories from Survivors

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Katrina Memories: Stories from Survivors

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We live in a comfortable world, secure in life's consistencies: a roof over our heads, food in the refrigerator, water from our taps, and money from the local ATM. What if all that was taken away? Suppose you had nowhere to sleep, no food to eat, no water to drink, no money to be had. For the authors of these pieces, Hurricane Katrina devastated their homesteads and, in many cases, threatened their very lives. 

"Katrina Memories" offers fifty memoirs, poems, and stories from forty different authors, telling their tales of faith and survival. A hospital nurse and a physician tell of working through the storm and its aftermath. An Ocean Springs breach resident tells of the search through debris in search of her lost treasures. A few of the stories address efforts to rescue the animals, and others of the value of the generous volunteers arriving from near and far.

From those who stayed inured in their misery, to those who returned to find their homes devastated, the determination of these taletellers will warm your heart.

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