New Zealand flag Fuck off we’re full shirt is available. It’s been 10 days since everyone’s life back home was ripped apart and flipped upside down. This time 10 days ago I thought a typical hurricane was going to make landfall like so many tropical systems have crashed into our shorelines before; but little did we know our lives, as if one syncretized chorus, would change in one single chord. This post is to address my friends back home, and all my new friends who’ve stumbled upon my page. I first would like to say my family is still okay for the most part. Half of my family has evacuated to our other home in the Tennessee Hills. They’ve put the cleanup on hold in Florida so they can have some semblance of a normal life in East Tennessee.
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The second half of my family sits there in their dark homes, living one humid day to the next, waiting… They’re waiting for the cleanup to end, for the lights to turn on, and their routines to walk back into their daily lives. I have retreated back to my normal life here in Southern California. I have plans to watch the Tennessee game with alumni in Vegas and my friends in LA took me to six flags. And I don’t know why, but I feel guilty. How can I enjoy myself out here on the west coast when everyone I was raised with is still struggling to live day by day? It just doesn’t feel right. It’s hard to see people out here going about their normal lives, sitting in traffic for 6 hours a day while their fellow Americans sit in-front a generator for 6 hours a day.
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I rather suffer with my neighbors back home, helping with the cleanup than being back on base. I feel as if my military service should be used in the panhandle of Florida, not in the Mojave desert. My photography of my hometown and my emotionally raw status of leaving my family both went viral. They’ve been shared by thousands and the outpouring of support from across this nation has overwhelmed my Facebook. Get New Zealand flag Fuck off we’re full shirt now. There are dozens of people I have yet to respond to, and dozens more I’m sure I’ve responded to inadequately. I want everyone back home to know, people all across this country, primarily families who come from costal communities in the south, they are with you.