Nashville Flood: Delayed Reaction

I left town the day before the rains came, and missed the flood entirely. (I was lucky: A friend let me know my house was not damaged.) I saw the pictures on television, and friends across the country began calling and emailing to check on me. I knew it was bad, but I did not know how devastating until I spoke on the phone with a few friends who had been affected directly. Read more here…

Published by Amy Lyles Wilson

Story Coach + Spiritual Director + SoulCollage® Facilitator. I help people tell their hard stories, and facilitate workshops and retreats on such topics as creativity, grief, and spirituality. Published writer and experienced editor. Degrees in English, journalism, and theology. Lover of dogs, coffee, and all things wordsmith-y. Amherst Writers and Artists Affiliate, Spiritual Directors International Member. "It's the sharing of our stories that saves us."

One thought on “Nashville Flood: Delayed Reaction

  1. Hi Amy, thanks for your comment and for the link. I love your new web design, and I’m happy to hear your home was undamaged. I’m thinking of all those in Nashville. It really must be a remarkable city given the way people – neighbors, churches, everyone – are pulling together in the recovery effort.

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