Thursday, September 18, 2008

How to know the hurricane hit...

......without watching the news.




5 comments:

Alice Faye said...

I saw those same trucks on the interstate here and knew where they were going. It's a familiar sight after a hurricane. It makes me feel happy that there are resources that can be used to help devastated places get back on their feet. I don't understand the prices in gas, however. At least it got me to thinking about what I need in my home in case we couldn't get out and go to the grocery store. Needless to day, I visited a couple of stores this week. Now I just need to keep it stocked in case this happens again.

[Somebody Loved] said...

I wish the economy wasn't so bad... I wish gas prices didn't resemble 'highway robbery' literally. I have heard stories of the great depression... my grandmother lived through it... but I never aspired to have to relive her life experiences.

ToOdLeS.ShEiLA

ps. my heart goes out to those that have lost so much. either to the hurricane or to home foreclosures. it's looking bleak.

MiaKatia said...

That envoy of trucks was something. I am amazed at how you always seem to be in the right place/time for a picture.

Mother Goose said...

yeah, i know. our price gauges went up $3! the gas stations are under formal investigation and will be prosecuted. gas got up to $7

the mama hood said...

OUCH..those gas prices! I thought we had it bad! I think our $3.33 price sounds much better now.