On August 29, 2005 the Gulf Coast was hit hard by hurricane Katrina, its strength was a Category 5. Seven years later, to the day, hurricane Isaac, a Category 1, made landfall early in the morning bringing devastating rain and strong winds. Many areas in the Gulf Coast region were able to repair the damage caused by Katrina, but others weren’t so fortunate. It’s difficult to imagine that the Gulf Coast would experience another wave of property damage and heartache in such a short period. Prayers and sympathy go out to the residents of the Gulf Coast who have been affected by hurricane Isaac; they will need all the support they can get.
Casually speaking and all the best,