I have been working on a post about my diagnosis and health issues that I was going to place here today. But somehow with all that is happening on the East Coast my heart isn’t in finishing up the writing and posting it today. I will be back in a day or so with the post intended for today.
My prayers go out to all those suffering from this monster of a storm. I also worry so much about the flooding and the mold issues yet to come as a result of the flooding and not having power to clean up after. Mold is what got me to the place I am in now and it scares me how many more will suffer as a result of this flooding.
My thoughts are in a similar direction too. I can’t believe the devastation that I’m seeing, and the clean up to follow will be huge too. Don’t worry, America is a strong country: the people will work together and help each other. But the mould is another story… That is what I see when I look at the water damage. The aftermath of hurricane Katrina showed the damage mould can do.
I’ve been stressed of late with my studies, and exclusion from classes due to perfume, but Hurricane Sandy has made it all minute, almost totally unimportant in comparison to the problems they are facing. I wish all the people a safe journey through the aftermath of the disaster.
Thank you for your kind words about our country. Is there any way you can get your classmates to come without perfume?
Yes, Katrina taught us a lot about mold but some still aren’t listening.
I hadn’t thought of the mold at all. I wish this issue was more in the public eye.
Once the mold becomes an issue there like Katrina it will become an issue. There are a lot of misconceptions about how to clean it up. I think in Katrina they just said use bleach.
As a mold victim and survivor, anytime I hear flood I think mold. Wish I didn’t.