Hurricane Ida and My Lawsuit:
For those of you who have been following my story, I’m sure you a curious as to what has been going on. Anyone who is just finding out about me, you’ll have to read the first update in order to get the overview of the situation.
The recent hurricane that hit South East Louisiana caused massive amounts of damage and put a pause on just about everything in the region. Most people are without power in the Greater New Orleans Area, and it could take weeks before that is fully restored. Some areas flooded, had extreme wind damage, and other areas had little to no damage other than being without electricity and sewer. There have been a lot of scammers going around trying to raise money as well as people looting from vacant homes/property.
Schools have been closed until further notice. Students and staff have all been affected and are scattered around the country right now. This recovery is going to take a while, but it isn’t the first time Louisiana has been hit hard by a natural disaster and had to take some time to get back on its feet.
People and organizations, from the local area and beyond, are starting to help those effected by the storm. They are providing free meals, water, and other essential items (if you are going to give money to someone, make sure they are actually providing relief first!). It’s a beautiful sight to see, Americans coming together to help each other during an extremely difficult time.
In regard to my lawsuit, I was supposed to review a draft this week with my attorney and then we would be moving on to the next step in our process. This, of course, has been delayed due to the hurricane affecting where I live and the area where my attorney resides. We did speak recently, and it looks like we will be back to work at the end of this week. I have zero intentions of dropping this issue or letting things slide. As I said in a recent article with The Daily Caller, I’m fighting back on behalf of everyone that is “sick and tired of being pushed around by the public education system, just for being conservative”.
As far as a job, I am still jobless and the hurricane has definitely made that search a little more difficult. I had just started to apply at nearby private schools, but those are all now closed. So we will see what happens in the coming weeks.
As soon as something new happens, I promise to let everyone know. Thank you all for the love and support! You guys make me feel a little less alone in this fight and encouraged to continue. God bless!