Recovering After the Nashville Flood

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  1. I guess I didn’t realize the rail lines were broken, though now that you mention it, I haven’t seen any trains running. Their sounds are some of my favorite ones here. I went walking in Edwin Warner Park a few weeks ago and I could hear a train whistle in the distance and it was such a perfect Nashville moment — surrounded by all that green and that clean air and that familiar, comforting noise.
    .-= Rebecca at Toothwhale´s last blog ..Beef tips and noodles =-.

  2. Arg. I’m so so saddened by this Carrie. Thanks for sharing. I am driving through Nashville this Summer. I hope by then a lot more has been done. Spreading the word…
    .-= Carol @NYCityMama´s last blog ..The Benjamin Hotel Offers Singles Crash Course to “Find The One” =-.

  3. There is guilt. Thank you for mentioning that. I feel guilty every day that I don’t make it over to help.
    .-= Rebecca at Toothwhale´s last blog ..Beef tips and noodles =-.

  4. Amanda says:

    Tears as I read this, Carrie. I’m glad you and your family were unharmed. Your neighbors and community are lucky to have you, so shrug off that guilt and keep doing what you do.

  5. Chantel says:

    Yes, where the heck is the media on this? Anything south of the Mason Dixon doesn’t ever seem to count in the news.

    I’ll add another way to help, go to Do the Write Thing for Nashville, where writers and publishers and editors have been auctioning their services, books, publishing swag, and where I’ve put a pass to The Auburn Writers Conference up for bid–al to raise funds for TN flood relief. They’ve raised about $60,000 so far.

    Here’s the website


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