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Most of you know – I live in Calgary. And many of you would have heard, my beautiful city was hit with a devastating flood this past week. Over 100,000 people evacuated, 1 in 10 of our community displaced. At nearly 4,000 feet above sea level, “flood” is not really part of our thought pattern – we’ve had spring run-off flooding from the mountains before, but never like this. Two rivers meet in Calgary, the Bow River and the Elbow River (seriously – I couldn’t make that up, clearly the early explorers were very literal types who likely also named the mountains The Rockies…but I digress!), and both rivers overflowed their banks pouring into the city and FILLING up underpasses – our Saddledome had water up to the 10th row of seats – that is a LOT of water. Check out some of the pictures on the internet.
We’ve all wondered “What can I do?” and felt helpless and lost, knowing many were suffering…I remembered my own advice, thought about how I wanted to feel, and set out to do things that moved me in that direction. In the process I met a wonderful group of seniors who had been trapped downtown for 3 days without power or water. I got to be part of the team who helped them settle into and get set up in temporary shelter where they’ll be for the next month or so. I reached out to my network and asked for help – Thank you to all those who sent donations. You know who you are and I am blessed to have you in my world.
I am humbled by your generosity.
The downtown core was closed, and without power for several days – and my desk looks out over the city. Eerie, it has been like looking at Gotham City – no energy coming back, no lights…this evening I looked up from writing, trying to find the words to express the emotional roller-caster of the devastation of the water and the heartfelt response of the community…and I took this picture below…
It is my “Rain Bow City”…the silver lining from the rain deluged Bow Valley.
Redefining what is important in my world, and remembering
Everything is All Right
Fear: Forgetting Everything’s All Right
Today’s show – pre-taped last Friday as the rain pelted down, was aptly about dealing with Fear. My guest, singer-songwriter, Eileen McGann shares how she wrote her way through fear with her beautiful song “Wisdom Guide Me”. Listen in as we re-pattern fear – any fear – and call in next week when I will be back on air live continuing the same topic. While you are listening this Wednesday, I will be in the air, on my way to the Hay House “I Can Do It” Conference this weekend in Toronto – if you are there, look for me in the lobby handing out bookmarks and stop by for a hug and a hi!
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