Surely not – the "new normal" on Mississippi's post-Katrina Coast

Although not as often as I’d like, I grab my camera, visit with the Sop family and revisit places that I saw while on the Coast providing disaster assistance following Hurricane Katrina.  I took these photographs March 26 and, as I reflect on what I saw, I’m reminded of how little has changes since my August 2008 SLABBED post Not what you see but what you don’t…the post-Katrina coast.

“Three Six years after Katrina, it’s the rebuilding that we don’t see that is contributing to what we can’t see – the mental health of those whose tomorrows are like their yesterdays. Hope – slabbed.” Continue reading “Surely not – the "new normal" on Mississippi's post-Katrina Coast”