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7 Things Hurricane Ida Taught Me About Evacuation and Chronic Illness

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After 15 days on the road, the solace I feel as I write, snuggled cozily in my bed, blackout curtains pulled and soft, gentle comfort cocooning me, is impossible to put into words.

I feel visceral gratitude for my home and space, a gentle hum enveloping my being and flooding me with soul-deep relief. Hurricane Ida was the first major hurricane I’ve been through, and I know I will be processing the layers of this experience for a while.

As an uptown New Orleans resident for nearly eight years, I’ve seen my fair share of tropical storms and a handful of low-grade hurricanes.

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