Tropical Storm Lee Sunday 1:15 p.m. update — 5 Comments

  1. I’ve been wondering how you’re doing, and glad to hear that so far things are okay.

    I am fortunate enough to live in one of the older sections of Slidell and have never had serious water on my property since we moved here in the early 70s. And even that didn’t get into the house or garage.

    My road has never flooded to impassable.

    Since I have a certain degree of common sense I have not gone down the roads close to property with water frontage.

    When I went out to get the official hurricane food (Popeye’s) I passed the road to a Very Nice subdivision, with some waterfront footage. It had a sign warning of water on the road.

    Glad to hear you are okay.


  2. Praying for north wind to prevail, pushing out the water.
    We are in monroe celebrating T&J 54 years together…watching it rain!

    Be Safe and dry…

  3. BW,
    so very sorry to hear about your flooding problems. One is just so helpless in such a situation. Our prayers are for all of you. Have to wonder what Greater Plan is unfolding. Your part of the world is under water and getting more and our part is dry and we’re praying for rain. Just heard that Bastrop, Tex. was being evacuated because of raging fires?? We are dry in Porter, Tex. and really need rain. Trees, grass, shrubs are all drying up and dying. Water bills are crazy high trying to save it all. Hope all yoyr family is safe.

    • the good news is the water is falling rapidly now and it is like a windy fall day here. sun is finally shining and it just seems like we should be rejoicing that we made it out so well . . . .

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