There hasn't been much coverage on the Nashville flood. Many people have no idea what it is like. To be there before, during, and after all of it happened, I can say, first hand, that I am heart broken.
Nashville is a beautiful a city. So many landmarks. So much history. And a lot of it is ruined. Most, fortunately, can be fixed. But it will take years and billions of dollars. The video above shows you a bit of the damage. You probably won't cry when you watch it, but I did. I know all those places. I have BEEN to all those places. Yes, we lost some stuff, but we are hopeful that it will be returned (soon, please!). But, what we los is nothing compared to what others have lost. We still have a nice, dry home to return to. Some people do not. Please pray for the city of Nashville. And for the people of Nashville. The city and the people are forever changed because of the disaster.
My husband took these pics from his phone while I was in the hospital. In the first picture, look towards the very back and that is our condo. At that time the water was to the first level.
I am a former Special Education Teacher, turned stay at home mommy. I have two beautiful children. K-man, my son, is 6 and Geebers, my daughter, is 4. I love them more than anything in the world.
Here is my story...
The day my daughter turned 6 months old was the day I was diagnosed with Stage IV Melanoma. That day changed my whole life.
After a year long round of chemo, I thought I would be able to live my life cancer free.
Apparently, God has other plans. On February 12, 2010, I was told that my cancer is back.
I am currently in the process of fighting cancer, living my life to the fullest, and being the best mommy and wife that I can possibly be.
Feel free to say a little prayer for us tonight. You can never have to many of those.