The past few weeks have seen a flurry of stories about how families are being affected by Hurricane Harvey.

In a matter of days, the news has reached millions across the nation.

But for many families in Texas the news is not limited to Harvey.

It’s happening right here in our own backyard.

For many in our state, there is no way to get ahold of the state’s emergency management agency to talk to the government about how their families are living through a disaster that has affected the lives of thousands of Texans.

The state’s response is not the only thing to be concerned about.

Many people in Texas have already experienced the devastation wrought by Harvey, and the devastation is being felt right here at home.

We’ve seen a lot of stories from across the country, but not all of them have been from Houston.

We wanted to know about the stories that are still being told, and how the state of Texas is dealing with the challenges facing people here in Texas.

When we first heard about the flood crisis in Texas last week, we were concerned about the number of people in need of help.

It was a lot harder than we thought.

I’m talking about people who have been impacted by Harvey.

And we’re all aware that we are facing a situation that has devastated many communities across the state.

But in the meantime, we have a crisis unfolding that is impacting the lives and the futures of hundreds of thousands across the United States.

We have families, children, seniors, and everyone else in our community impacted by the flood.

We’re all in the midst of a crisis that we all must cope with.

There are families who have lost everything.

Many of these families are facing severe hardship, with no way out, and we are in a position where we can’t even help people in our neighborhoods.

In some cases, we can only help those in our immediate area, but we are still struggling to find the resources to help families across Texas.

It takes a lot to support people who are on the edge, and these families, whether they’re in Houston or anywhere else, are at a very high risk.

Many families in our communities are struggling to pay their bills, and in some cases have no money to get by.

But we can help people, we just need the right help.

We can help those who need it, but that doesn’t mean we can forget about those who are still suffering and have no way of getting the help they need.

I can’t imagine how hard it is for the people in my own family to cope.

We know they are hurting, and I can understand that.

The people I know are also trying to cope, but sometimes that’s a little difficult.

I’ve been fortunate enough to know many people who could have been here for my mom’s birthday and are now sitting at home with a beer and a few snacks.

But I can tell you, it’s not easy.

The situation that is unfolding in our country right now is something that is so tragic that I cannot begin to fathom what it’s like for these people.

It is a tragedy that will continue to haunt us for the foreseeable future.

People in Texas are dealing with a lot more than just flooding.

The recent storms in Oklahoma and South Carolina have hit a nerve in the state and have sparked the biggest political and social crisis in a generation.

The impact of Hurricane Harvey on the state is so profound, in fact, that the federal government is preparing to deploy additional federal troops to the state, which is also the source of the current crisis.

But while some residents are struggling in Texas today, we also have Texans who have already faced the most difficult challenges in the aftermath of the storms.

We’ve seen that in our local schools, in our churches, and even in our homes.

In many ways, this is a crisis for all of us, because these are people who need help the most.

We don’t have the resources of government and the resources for those who do, and our government does not have the capacity to provide it.

We also don’t know how many people are in need, or what the cost of these needs are.

And while many families are struggling financially, there are also people who do not have homes or jobs, and who are struggling with other issues.

It also means that we do not know how the entire state of Houston is going to be able to handle the influx of people coming into our state.

A big part of the problem is that our government has failed to adequately address the flood problem, and now that it is clear that the crisis is far more severe than we initially thought, the response has been largely reactive, ineffective, and uncoordinated.

The state is taking a lot longer to respond to our calls for help, and there is a feeling that the response was just a bit slow.

We are still in a very fragile and difficult situation.

There is not enough time