BP Oil Spill Updates – New Page

June 7, 2010

in BP Oil Spill, Deepwater Horizon oil spill, Real Estate News

I’ve added a page to my blog for the BP oil spill updates. The media isn’t helping our area. As of today, June 7, 2010, there is NO oil on our beach. Here’s a photo I took about 7pm on the beach in Santa Rosa Beach.

Santa Rosa Beach - June 7, 2010

Am I concerned about the oil? Am I scared, mad, outraged, emotionally drained…you bet. In the beginning, my husband and I were watching updates every night. Praying and hoping the oil would be stopped. About 2 weeks ago, I couldn’t take it anymore….the anger, frustration and emotions got the best of me. The other day I looked at CNN.com and the picture on the home page was of 2 birds, (who had just been rescued), sitting in a basket struggling to breath because of being totally covered in oil. That same night I turned on Anderson Cooper, (AC360), and the same photo was on the screen. I just started to cry.

I have been and continue to follow the updates. I’ll keep posting beach pictures and videos of our beaches. Destin will recover and this too shall pass.

Click HERE to go to the BP Oil Spill page.

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Doug Suttles June 16, 2010 at 9:49 am

I wonder if BP will really step up and pay for what they’ve to the environment? The damage will far surpass anyone’s wildest expectations and impact property values and the fragile beach land ecosystem for years to come.
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Debbie James June 16, 2010 at 8:48 pm

We have to pray that our Gov’t holds their feet to the fire. Unfortunately, time will tell. I think the BP execs should be dropped in the oil and see how those poor animals feel.

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BP Blows T-shirt August 5, 2010 at 2:15 am

Days, weeks and months passed by lets all hope it will not end up till year to clean up this mess.

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