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Flooded by a Storm, Then by Grace
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Flooded by a Storm, Then by Grace

The superstorm almost destroyed our home. What happened afterward shocked me.

My husband and I stood at the front door and paused. We knew that we'd reached a watershed moment—literally. With one turn of the key, nothing in our lives would stay the same. And although there was nothing we could do but step inside, ...

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Cheeky Monk

November 04, 2013  1:45pm

now that her home has been restored, she should pay it forward and help others the same way.

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