When your city goes underwater.

Last Update: April 20, 2016

My appreciation for being able to work from home is extremely high right now, as my city literally has shut down due to flooding. Yes, I live in Houston... and I've been stuck at home for the last 3 days... but thanks to WA and the online business I've been able to create, I haven't missed 1 day of "Work."

Many of my neighbors and friends haven't been able to drive to work and in fact were told NOT to drive anywhere on Monday. As a result many of them are losing pay as each day goes by. I am so grateful for the training that I have received here, that gives me the freedom to work from anywhere and not rely on a commute.

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JudeP Premium
Thoughts and prayers are with you all :)
EHZeringue Premium Plus
Thank you... We are fine so far. Most of the major flooding is a few blocks from us, so we can't really go anywhere, but at least we don't have water in our house yet. I do have a lot of friends who got flooded.
AriefWibowo Premium
Wow. And I thought Jakarta was bad.
When mother nature is angry, she is mad.