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  • Wind and Pressure

    Blog | Christine Vogelsang | June 13, 2017

    The hot, oppressive weather was relentless… day and night… no relief. It was the summer of 1980, and the Tennessee humidity only added to the misery we were all feeling. States to the west of us had endured the heat for three months. We were thankful our agony had only lasted a few weeks. But everyone was spent. The sultry temperatures pressed down on us. We bent under the unbearable load.

    And then the leaves began to stir… and we turned our faces to the welcome, cool breeze. The winds of change had finally come.