In Tennessee, it’s all about the love.
The first thing that came to my mind was the idea of a song by The Cranberries, called “Sweetness.”
The lyrics are sweet and the song’s catchy.
In the last chorus, you could hear me crying.
And then I started to cry.
There was just no way to contain it.
I felt like I had lost my mind.
“I don’t want to be here.
I don’t know what I want to do,” said my sister, who asked not to be named for fear of reprisals.
She said that the experience of the last month had made her feel ashamed and overwhelmed.
I couldn’t find anything to help me understand it.
That’s when I started crying again.
I didn’t want it to be this way anymore.
I think the country’s gone through a lot.
I’ve seen so much change.
The worst thing I can say is I don,t think that this country will ever let me down.
I know that the people in the middle are just as devastated as the people on the streets.
The news is so bleak.
“This country has lost so much that I don?t want to say that it will never return to normal,” she said.
But she has faith in her country?s future.
“We have the ability to turn things around.
I hope we will, because we are so lucky that we have a lot of good people here.”
I want this to be a warning to other people, she added.
I want people to know that they can?t let this happen again.
“I’m just hoping for a better future for my kids and me,” she added, looking down into her arms.
“Because we can do better.”
Telling the story of the people that have been affected by the drought is not easy.
They are the ones who need our help most.
We are so proud of the work that has been done by local organizations and the volunteers who have volunteered to help.
We want to make sure that people are given the tools to fight for the land.
But they need our support too.
I have been asking myself the same question since my sisters and I started living in the state.
Why are we living here?
Why aren?t we in other states?
“People need to know what it is that they are dealing with,” said Shari, a volunteer who is trying to raise funds for a new house.
T tell the story, they are going to be so upset and confused,” she told me. “
If we don?
T tell the story, they are going to be so upset and confused,” she told me.
The only way to help them is to find solutions and find ways to make their lives better.
The drought is the most significant threat facing the state, and it has been especially tough for young people.
There are many things we are not doing well to make them aware of, including housing, education, transportation and food.
And we need more help from other states.
I want them to know the true cost of the drought.
I also want them and their families to understand that the state has an obligation to help its people.
I believe we should be proud of what we have.
But we are still at the beginning.
And it?s going to take a lot more than a song to convince people of that.