Saturday, April 28, 2007

It's been one year, seven months and 30 days since the storm.

We don't have reliable t.v. service.

I can't watch Saturday Night Live while I wait for Mr. C and LD to return from the Jazz Fest because we can't get NBC.

It's hard to realize what it means when the infrastructure is destroyed in such a large area.
At least, we don't have the bombs and guns of the War Zone. Just the destruction.

Not really happy at this moment,

St. Grumpy, I mean, Casserole

13 comments:

Littlemankitty said...

But you do have a kittycat or two!

Seriously, I'm sorry things are taking forever. It ain't right.

Presbyterian Gal said...

That just totally sucks, (she said sitting in her house where two tv's can get NBC any time night or day......Come to my house and watch!!!)

In my mail today was a spectacularly high quality catalog from my church. Listing more than 30 mission outreach partners. With a cover letter stating that we cannot share this book with ANYONE because lives are at stake and it would be DANGEROUS. One of those was Habitat for Humanity in Mississippi. I write this here, because you cannot watch Saturday Night Live and because probably more than 100 of your neighbors probably don't have a home yet. And because the misled "dim" at my church are not on this!!!

*sigh* Not enjoying the planet today.

Songbird said...

Of course you feel it. I'm so sorry. The world is screwy!

Chaplain Lydia said...

No Saturday Night Live?!? I'd be grumpy, too!

If it helps a little, I know what it is like not to have CBS...but we didn't have a hurricane. I miss Katie Couric doing the news!

You would think that George W. Bush could take at least a months payment for this stupid war and send it your way to get things done down there--but the man has tunnel vision and makes up words like "strategery" (Will Ferrell doing GWB impersonation on SNL)!

Praying for Divine intervention with SNL,
Lydia

Sue said...

((St. C.)))

sherry said...

You can come 30 miles to my house and watch. And that also sucks. It is like when the power came on 2 streets over and I could lie in my hot bed seeing lights on in houses 2 streets over.

I am ashamed to admit the serious flirting, beer giving, eye batting behavior I engaged in to get back our cable.....but I did.

Corona is the currency of workers.

1-4 Grace said...

In the words of a many great presbyterians, "That just plain sucks rotten eggs!"
I extend an invitaiton to watch SNL at anytime you wish. No NBC means you also miss Heros and Medium...These are two weird, but good shows.
So sorry and wish things would get better quicker.
Love, 1-4 and Melech

reverendmother said...

That indeed sucks.

Did I tell you that Suburban Pres is sending a work team there in the fall? To your area, I believe.

Oh how I wish I could come too. Hey, if you offer to watch the girls, I'll consider it!

Iris said...

I'm so sorry!

Princess of Everything (and then some) said...

I am so very sorry.

But you can watch some of the SNL skits on youtube.

~grins~ and they have some OLD ones from when SNL was SO.GOOD.

cheesehead said...

(o)

Reverend Dona Quixote said...

I think you have every right to be grumpy ... and based upon some of your other Katrina-related posts, I think you have the right to be wrathful!

St. Casserole said...

Couldn't watch HEROES last night on Fox. Again, problems with the satelite since the storm.

Urghhh