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By: seflagamma , 8:07 PM GMT on October 13, 2008
Tuesday, Oct 14, 2008:
Pam just sent me link to this picture of Greg working in Texas and the information from Corps.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Assists Texas Communities Through its Temporary Power Mission After Hurricane Ike
After disasters like Hurricane Ike, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers assesses critical electrical power needs and manages the installation of generators to provide power that keeps key community facilities like hospitals, water and sewer treatment plants and law enforcement facilities operable until the power companies can restore the utility power distribution network. (Photo by Robert Haynes, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers St. Paul District.)
As I said, got in some of my professional wedding pictures. I am having a hard time with the scanning process but wanted to post one or two here (if it works) of the family.
Here is our "Group Picture" all 8 of us and the two oldest Grandkids, Cole and Rylee
It shows, Christian, Ellen, Hubby, Betsey, Scott, Patti, Greg, Pam and on bottom Rylee and Cole.
The Five of Us, Hubby and me and the 3 grown Kids.
Greg, Gamma, Betsey, Poppy, Ellen
Cole and Rylee:
Rylee's 3K preschool pictures taken 2 weeks ago.
Oh well, now they are not showing earlier they were. Will try something different later. They show up if you hit refresh or come back? sometimes they show up sometimes they don't... don't know why.
Monday, October 13, 2008:
Well, looks like the Stock Market made the highest ever gain in one day of trading. Up as of now, may correct this later once final figures are in but it appears to be up over 950 points.. almost 1000 in gains today. We will all feel more comfortable when it gets back up over 10,000.
So I guess what goes down, must come up????
Actually closed up 936.42 for maket of 9387.61
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