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  •  You have company. (7+ / 0-)

    I was up until 3 a.m. worrying about family and family-of-family in San Antonion, trying to decide whether I should start calling people or ...

    They all already know what a worrywort I am, and I really don't want to inflict that on them unnecessarily. Still, I'd really like to know, and I'm taking no news as good news.

    I'm not sure why there isn't more coverage. Even the San Antonio papers aren't doing a very good job of delineating the boundaries of the flooded areas.

    So I'm with you.

    Welcome to the new normal.

    •  Yes indubitably, it is tough. (2+ / 0-)
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      Polly Syllabic, indubitably

      The news of this caught me completely off guard. I have been in the middle of my own personal paranoia due to issues with my sister, who herself is struggling with her son`s life and death situation in circumstances too painful for me to even imagine her pain.

      I base my paranoia on an issue that has been brought up as to whether my sister should let her son die, as a result of his brain injury that has relegated him into half dead half alive vegetable state of being.

      I have not heard from her and now with this flooding I do not know how this tragedy has affected her daily travels to be with her son at the rehab facility where he is now being cared for....hopefully.

      So yes, it is very tough at this end.

      Thank you

      Old men tell same old stories

      by Ole Texan on Mon May 27, 2013 at 06:27:11 AM PDT

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