Surviving Irma and return home
From Thursday till Monday it has been a horrific feeling not knowing if your home will be there if you have to evacuate as we did. Those that were fortunate enough to have a little damage are blessed. With all the flooding in the Charleston area it has been shocking to see homes flood for more than one time in less than a year. We are surviving with no power and just keep looking for those trucks to come down the street. The sound of chain saws around us has brought back the old feelings of Hugo. Not a good sound but at least help for those that need it. Thankful for the electrical companies that came in to South Carolina to help
This is just thoughts on being blessed to have gone thru the most horrible storm in our time and living to tell about it which wasn't the case for so many in Florida and the islands.
We just need to look around and consider that we are up and going this morning if nothing else to be glad that we are here for another day to either clean the yard or volunteer to help someone . Helping someone should make us all feel good. I plan on starting this morning help the neighbor get her lunch. Those in need of help please don't hesitate to call me Dixie Hagan at 843-729-9878