Old Things R New
From the Heart
Charlene had a sweet disposition.
She was the first to greet me when I opened the door.
One of five of my outdoor cats, 150 more words
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The DeVoe L. Moore Center Blog
By Matt Kelly Many readers will remember the hurricane season of 2004 as a chaotic time to be a Florida resident. The Sunshine State received four torrential storms that year, causing $45 billion in losses. 550 more words
1. How did you guys decide on the name Hurricane Charley?
We definitely wanted to be a little different, and Sean came up with the name while at work and mentioned it to the rest of us. 742 more words
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Shelby Burns Mystory
Huddled in my safe zone I continued to read my book. The radio told me that the inner bands of the hurricane would soon be passing over me. 117 more words
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When Hurricane Charley hit Florida I was thrown for a loop. As I sat on the floor of my family room watching the saplings in our yard bend at 45 degree angles I was afraid. 144 more words
Eye On The Storm
As the 10th anniversary window of Florida’s “Mean Season” continues, today marks a decade since Hurricane Ivan, which left an estimated $14.2 billion in damages. 85 more words
Ten years ago Florida experienced four major hurricane: Charley, Frances, Ivan and Jean. I seem to be a magnet for hurricanes when I’m on vacation. In August of 2004 my family took off to visit family in Florida. 313 more words