I just talked to my son and he and the dogs are fine. He hasn’t been to our mobile home yet, so we don’t know for sure what happened there — if anything — but that isn’t too important to us at this moment. Tomorrow we can all worry about that! For now it is enough that he and so many others in Lousiana are still alive and able to face the probelms that undoubtedly lie ahead. Chief among them, of course, will be lack of electricity and, as a result, lack of water. But those are minor inconveniences. We went two weeks after Katrina before we had water or electricity. This shouldn’t take as long because the damage shouldn’t be as bad.