Tuesday, December 13, 2005

What a trip...

Walking the Right path...

Well the trip was too long but worth it...When we made it to Waveland and every place that had been opened to feed the people was gone, closed, nowhere to be found...With no supplies to plug into, cooking for people would be hard, so off we went to in search of the kitchen that moved to Louisiana to find the new kitchen setting up there...It was so nice to see so many of the wonderful people I had worked with when I first came down in October...Well they were still setting up, so we pulled in to help out, so our first week, we spent raising the Domes and setting up the kitchen...By the middle of the week Ron had been aproached to get together a crew to bring back to Handcock County, and the town, the mayor, and a non-profit organization called Mississippi's Forgotten where behind us in funding and food, so we worked hard putting that kitchen together and yesterday, Monday they opened to the public in St. Bernards Parish and we had a Uhal pull in to pick our gear up...So now we are back in Handcock County just outside of Waveland, in Bay Side Park setting up and hoping to be opened to the public Monday or Tuesday...At this time I am trying to organize a toy drive for local childern whose parents are so burdened trying to rebuild...I'm hoping to ease a few burdens...We will soon have better access to the internet and updating will be easier...Until then...I've got lots of tents to raise and a kitchen to build...Many Blessing...

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