I have never seen anything like this before. Because of much-warranted fear before, during, and after the storm and because of unprecedented flooding, we are running out of food in Brazoria, Fort Bend, Galveston, and Harris Counties. Here are some pictures showing the conditions as of this evening at the HEB Plus in Lake Jackson: TheContinue reading “Hurricane Harvey and Starvation”
Monthly Archives: August 2017
What a Month (Part II) and Hurricane Harvey: Communications, Floods, Guns, Prayers, and Volunteers
When I posted a blog a few days ago titled, “What a Month!,” I had no clue Hurricane Harvey would pound Houston for days and days, and in the process, it would destroy and upend so many friends and students and the city that I love. It has been a few very wild days. InContinue reading “What a Month (Part II) and Hurricane Harvey: Communications, Floods, Guns, Prayers, and Volunteers”
What a Month!
I haven’t posted a blog in a month! This is an especially long time considering I usually post an average of ten or so each month. So much has been happening. Let me share a few thoughts and updates. During the past month, I had several appointments at U.T. M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. All isContinue reading “What a Month!”