Beaches and the Gulf Coast Disaster

I took my daughter back home yesterday. She was here for a weekend visit. From there I drove to Rehoboth Beach for a short stay. It’s the first  time down this year. As I drove down our street, viagra the closer I got to the beach, and I thought about how blessed the people of Delaware are to have these beautiful beaches. From my home I only need to drive 2 hours to get here. It’s a lovely place to be. I thought about what we watch on the news every day, viagra on the Gulf coast, I can only imagine what that must be like. It’s so heartbreaking watching those beautiful pristine waters turn into a disgusting thick, sticky, smelly, sludge. Birds trapped, struggling to escape muck, but to no avail, and the oil just keeps on coming! The responsible party, British Petroleum.  Have you seen their CEO Tony Hayward saying,”he wants his life back”. Hey, Tony, what about those 11 men that were killed, whose bodies were never recovered. I’ll bet they’d like their life back too. How about their families, and countless others whose lives have been destroyed because of this horrible catastrophe. Generations of fishermen who will never ever fish in those waters again. The businesses and jobs lost. I have never been to that area of our country, but I know that those waters and wetlands were pristine and lovely, and now they are being destroyed, and Tony Hayward says he wants his life back!!!! I’ll tell ya, that makes me sooo angry, and for what it’s worth, I just had to voice my opinion today.

Carole

12 Responses to “Beaches and the Gulf Coast Disaster”

  1. Nancy Says:

    Beautifully put Carole! It is just soooo fustrating to watch this happening on the news. The feeling of helplessness is the worst!
    Hugs,
    Nan

  2. carole holt Says:

    Thank you, Nan. Good to hear from you today.
    Carole

  3. Debbie Says:

    I agree Carol. Thank you for voicing what many of us have wanted to say.
    Debbie

  4. Barb Says:

    We all need to speak out about this horrible situation. My son lives in New Orleans and he survived Katrina and now must deal with this. The city of New Orleans is already feeling the effects of this new crisis within the fishing industry and restaurants. This city has tried so hard to come back to some kind of normal and now they face a new challenge that no one knows how to fix. Thank you so much for voicing your opinion on this matter.

    Blessings,
    Barb

  5. carole holt Says:

    Hi Barb, thank you for sharing that. I am sorry your son and the people of LA. have to deal with another tragedy, it doesn’t seem fair.
    Carole

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