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Margarita Gonzalez  Identity Verified
Local time: 01:21
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A Powwow in New Orleans Aug 1, 2005

Interested? We can adjust time, place, etc., just let me know.

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Margarita Gonzalez  Identity Verified
Local time: 01:21
English to Spanish
Welcome to NOLA Aug 14, 2005

Hi, Crystal,
You just made my day. We, meaning Corey and I, were feeling a bit lonely. As we get closer to the date, we can work on details. For the time being, let's keep in touch.
Regards,
Margarita


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TARJOMEH GAR
Local time: 10:51
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Here is an Energy! Aug 21, 2005

Here is an Energy!

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Margarita Gonzalez  Identity Verified
Local time: 01:21
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Powwow in New Orleans Aug 21, 2005

Hi, I'm glad you are interested. Where do you live? Your profile doesn't say much, would you like to fill us in?
Margarita


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Crystal Samples  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 01:21
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see original post Aug 21, 2005

"I live in Mobile, Alabama and have just been waiting for a powwow close to my area. I think a 3-hour drive to NOLA is doable."

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Margarita Gonzalez  Identity Verified
Local time: 01:21
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Powwow in New Orleans Aug 21, 2005

Hi Hypnos
Hi, I'm glad you are interested. Where do you live? Your profile doesn't say much, would you like to fill us in?
Margarita


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Margarita Gonzalez  Identity Verified
Local time: 01:21
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How are all of you? Aug 29, 2005

I arrived to Houston yesterday after a 9 hour drive. Asides from being exhausted, I'm feeling emotionaly wasted but wanted to send you a note to let you know I've thought about you.
Un abrazo in this very long night,
Margarita


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Crystal Samples  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 01:21
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Hurricane Katrina Aug 31, 2005

Margarita, I'm glad to know that you made it out OK. I stayed in Mobile with my family and we are fine. just some minor propery damage (blown down fence, a little roof damage, etc.) There's no electricity yet, but they are working hard to restore it, and some of my relatives in town already have there tlectricity. I won't be returning to work any time soon because I work at a shipbuilding company in the downtown area, which was flooded pretty badly.

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Monika Coulson  Identity Verified
Local time: 00:21
Member (2001)
English to Albanian
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How are you friends? Sep 2, 2005

Dear Friends and colleagues,
How are you and your families doing after the hurricane Katrina? I hope you ALL are safe. Please write a note here whenever you can. Hope everything is good with you.


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Margarita Gonzalez  Identity Verified
Local time: 01:21
English to Spanish
I'm still in Houston Sep 2, 2005

Everything is OK: meaning we made it to Houston on time and in the best conditions: friends opening their homes, lots of love around us. We don't know a word about our house, but what the heck, we'll start all over. After all, do you know of a better prevention treatment for Altzheimer? (We are 60 and 70 years old).

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Monika Coulson  Identity Verified
Local time: 00:21
Member (2001)
English to Albanian
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Hello Marga Sep 2, 2005

Glad to know you are safe. If you have to start it all over, I am sure you will get a lot of help. Please let us know if you need anything, I/we would be more than happy to help.
Hope everyone else is safe. Take care and keep faith.
Monika


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corey2  Identity Verified
Local time: 23:21
Italian to English
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Hello All! Sep 2, 2005

I got out of N.O. safely. I am currently in Houston, and am staying with some wonderfully generous and warm people who I just met yesterday (when I arrived). My family has lost all of their homes, most likely, and will have to start over. We are all scattered across several states, staying with friends/acquaintances until we figure out what the next step is. My dad was one of the "die-hards," and stayed behind in N.O. for the storm. There has been a sighting of him (fourth-hand report), but, from this account, he refuses to evacuate. He has lived his entire life in a five block radius, running the family newspaper that his grandfather started in 1890. He simply cannot bring himself to let go, apparently. We are all extremely worried for him, seeing as conditions in the city are worsening progressively. What's certain is that if this experience doesn't kill him, my mom will when she sees him again (for not leaving with us)!! Please keep him in your thoughts and prayers.

-Corey Roy


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MLG  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 23:21
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Come to California! Sep 3, 2005

My family and I offer not only our prayers but also our home to anyone that might need somewhere to go. Share this invitation to anyone that might be able to use it. God bless all of you! (Of course they must be willing to relocate to my state CA)

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Margarita Gonzalez  Identity Verified
Local time: 01:21
English to Spanish
How can I ever thank you? Sep 3, 2005

Dear MLG, dear friends from ProZ, my gratitude to all. We are staying a few days in Houston and then we will travel to Mexico, but I appreciate your kind offer from the bottom of my heart.
Love,
Margarita Esther


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Henry Dotterer
Local time: 02:21
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Hang tough Sep 8, 2005

Best of luck and strength in fighting through this. Let us know if you need anything. I also have some space in Syracuse, New York, if any of you wind up this far north.

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