Hey Angie please be careful out there. After Charley I was at a few of the stations and helped hand out water and supplies and I'm sure I'll be back! I don't know much about hurricanes and half the time I don't understand half of what everyone here is saying. I learn a little more everyday. I'm better at helping out physically after they hit, getting right in there and cleaning debri and delivering water and supplies. I even went with a team from FEMA door to door on the east coast after Frances and knocked on doors making sure people were safe. My feet hurt and my back ached but I didn't care. I admire the firefighters out there (and everyone else) who have really made a difference before, during and after these disasters. You guys rock!
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