It sounds so horrible. Thanks for the report. Sure hope things get bettter.
I have family in Chocowinity, Robersville and Tarbor. I am hoping to call
I also had twins...A boy and a girl 20 years ago. While everyone is saying
how wonderful and how cute, I for one can attest to the fact.....boy is she
in for a rough road. Luckily, my parents came over alot to help. Everyone
thinks its not that hard, but it is. You need at least 4 sets of arms. I
can hardly remember when mine were babies. Its a haze....
Mine were on different time schedules. I hope you can help her out as much
as possible. I loved it when my parents took the kids, or even one. It was
COngratulations.....it is an awesome miracle!!!!
>CC: firstname.lastname@example.org, mmarble@..., richard.baird@...
>Subject: [genpcfr] Re: [NCLENOIR] Partial Floyd Report & Twins
>Date: Sat, 18 Sep 1999 21:47:31 EDT
>I am in Wilson, NC and the waters are beginning to go down in some places.
>My family is in Kinston and I have not been able to get there yet. Hwy 264
>from Wilson to Raleigh opened late Friday. A lot of the roads are still
>closed. After the entire town being without electricity for days
>has power again late this afternoon. It is a make do for now and will have
>to be worked around again later. Tarboro is 50% under water. There has
>loss of life. I want go into details because they are so sad. This entire
>area of Rocky Mount, Tarboro, Greenville, Wilson, Kinston, Goldsboro, and
>smaller towns in between has seen what no one has seen before I am told it
>history. I have also hear stories that you knew only the Lord could have
>done. My entire family is so blessed. The Sheriff of Greene County Lemmie
>Smith and his wife Sue lost their home and everything in it. He was on
>the night of the Hurricane and no one was at home to save anything. He
>his while helping others. Only 1% of the people had Flood Insurance if
>much. Please pray for the Smith Family and all the Families in the
>Hurricane. For two days I have taken reports and heard this story over and
>over,"my home and cars are under water and I have no insurance". In NC the
>Homeowners policy does not cover Flood you have to have a separate policy
>which is fairly expensive and no one buys it unless they are in Flood Zone
>and their Mortgage Co. makes them. Since it had never flooded before no
>thought they needed it is mostly the case. In some places the water
>continues to rise.
>I would like to end with a good note. At 3:15AM and 3:17AM Thursday
>as Floyd was pounding upon us our daughter gave birth to twins, a boy and a
>girl. They are all doing great. We could not get to her but talked to her
>off and on all night. My husband and I said we must nick name them Floyd
>I will give another report tomorrow.
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