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The hardest thing about being in the flood was watching everything that I have worked so very hard for get washed away. Now I know that life hasn't been fair since they decided to make the earth round but, it is still sometimes too much. I find myself holding my breath just like that day that would alter the rest of my life. When you have nothing then you have nothing to lose, or so they say. But I feel that I am literally losing my mind in all of this. I am broken and I am not sure I will ever recover. As always,,, you make me sick, I make music.
KAT

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Comment by Kristopher A Tweedy on October 17, 2010 at 2:06pm
Thank you my brother. Your words mean alot.
Comment by George Yezarski AKA Bj Cooper on October 16, 2010 at 6:18pm
I offer only this in response to your feeling so along and down."The things you have lost cannot easily be replaced and perhaps some items never can be replaced. The one thing for sure is you and your loved ones are not hurt. At this stage of your pain you feel lost and hurt not to mention feelings of depression that seem to own you, but do not surrender to these feelings. Day after day so many families have lost their jobs, homes, and even loved ones at war. You know I just recorded a great song called Father and Son, the great song writer and artist Billy Joel put it this way "Take Your Time Think A lot,Think Of All The Things You've Got, You'll Still Be Here Tomorrow" But Your Dreams May Not" Simply put you can always find a way to move on and new ways to get back the things you've lost. You did it once perhaps two or three times before, life was not meant to be easy we must change with each gain or loss. This sounds hollow I am sure but I am simply stating a fact. Giving up dwelling on our losses and rolling over to blame someone or something will only lea d to losing what you still have, Family, friends, whatever you have do not lose them over this thing that took your things. Pick up your feet walk tall and remember you and only you can make things right again. You must build on what strength you once had and "Do It All Over Again" List to the song that great writers have already written to help so many other, "We May Never Be This Way Again" so let's make every day ount. If you believe in God Or Something us it, if not find it, just know you are not broken, you are just lost for now, I hope you make it because you seem to have made it once and I have faith you will do it again.

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