"You strengthen people by sending them your loving thoughts. People are doing the best they know how given their backgrounds, circumstances, and beliefs. Rather than judging or criticizing other people, ask yourself what you can do to make their lives better. As you send people your loving thoughts, you strengthen them and support them in attracting good things." — Orin
Louisiana 1927 ~ is a 1974 song telling the story of the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 that left 700,000 people homeless in Louisiana and Mississippi. The song was written and originally recorded by Randy Newman. The song became identified with Hurricane Katrina in the public consciousness after being sung by Aaron Neville at NBC's "A Concert for Hurricane Relief", being sung by Newman at the television fundraiser "Shelter from the Storm: A Concert for the Gulf Coast." #NewOrleans #Katrina
It’s amazing what you can learn from reading comments. This picture was taken in Baton Rouge, Louisiana during the flooding of August 2016. There are a few car enthusiasts living in the area. The guy who played the Scooby-Doo voice, Scott Ennis, lives there, and the van was something that was done for a charity. I’ve never watched Supernatural, but I got the joke from this comment: I just imagined Sam and Dean AND Scooby and Shaggy looking at each other and going WTF!