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Great story Kenny. I too have been blessed. I work overseas and my wife and children live in Manvel Brazoria county. There was no way for me to get from Iraq to Manvel before the storm and my wife was in a panic. She went out shopping for storm supplies two days before it hit. While she was gone there was a knock on the door at the house. My oldest daughter (18) answered to see 3 of my neighbors with tools in hand standing there. George told my daughter to go get 10 sheets of plywood they would be back. When my daughter return the neighbors went to work covering the windows of the house. Much to me wifes surprise the were just finishing as she returned. We only had minor damage to the house and the day after the storm the neighbors showed up again to remove the plywood, cut up and haul off a 50' uprooted tree and all other fallen limbs and put the fence back up. The next day a man shows up and asked it they had power? The answer was no (still no power as of now). He stated his power came back on and proceeded to unload a generator, cords and 10 gallons of gas. He hooked everything up and left. When my wife told me this I asked which neighbor was it. She told me she has never seen the man before. We've lived there for 27 years. He came back yesterday to check on them and it turned out he lives about 2 miles away. He had heard from someone my wife was in need and just wanted to help. Looks like I'll have a new friend when I get home. I feel truely blessed.