his is becoming old hat to us. We have had, Rita, and Ike, Umberto and now Harvey. The names are different, the results, unfortunately, much the same. Devastation for many. Those of us who managed to broadcast during and after, hear the anguish of those affected. In some cases, even our own suffered losses. And yet, those of us who were lucky (and that’s the right word) hear the compassion through the radio as we speak to some of the greatest people anywhere. Our listeners, our audience, the people of Southeast Texas. We know from the past they are “Storm Strong”. We know many have been hit again and again. They trudge forward, many times with a smile. They are Southeast Texas. They know how to live, how to worship, how to party and mostly, how to survive. God bless you, all you watered up, powered out, hard working folks who make it day to day. I am so glad I live here. The next time someone asks you what it’s like living here, don’t tell them about the mosquito’s and the humidity. All that is overshadowed by the way we act and react. Tell them it’s home to the strongest and best people anywhere. I am so glad that I found Southeast Texas and it welcomed me. I will be forever grateful.
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