Hurricane Katrina: 10 Years Later

I cannot believe it has been ten years since hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast of Mississippi.  It seems like a lifetime ago and yet it seems like only yesterday.

In the month leading up to the anniversary, I will share with you the guest blogs of some special ladies who each had their own unique experiences with Hurricane Katrina.  I have invited them to share their thoughts.

As we look back and remember, I also want to share with you my journey.

I kept a daily journal of our experience and emailed it out to family and friends. On this 10th anniversary, I am going to publish each entry on its corresponding day.

As I have reread and prepared each post, my tears flow fresh as I relive the uncertainty, the struggle, and the loss encountered by myself and hundreds of thousands of others. I also give thanks to how the Lord led us through, how He provided, and what He taught us. I rejoice over the caring friends, families and strangers, as well as the blessings in the midst of devastation.

I invite you to join me and remember..

Grace & Peace

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About Jill English Johnston

God writes His story on every heart, if we only pause to read it. My heart has lived in a fantasy world since early childhood and am delighted that God has finally brought me to the place where I can bring the fantasies to life through story. I am currently working on a fantasy trilogy (of course) but I also post thoughts, reflections and (hopefully) inspiration to my website: tabletsofhumanhearts.wordpress.com I am a follower of the Rabbi Jesus, married to my best friend and inspiration, and the mother of three incredible children, one daughter and two sons, with one son-in-love. When not writing, I passionately pursue prayer, reading (never enough time to read them all!), and the outdoors. My husband and I both served in the US Navy and have lived/travelled through many states and all over Asia. We both still enjoy travelling, but we really love our home in Schertz, located at the crossroads of Texas, just northeast of San Antonio.
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