Jonathan Martin, Riverdale: “We just have to learn that we have to stick together and we need to plan a little better than we did last time and make sure everybody is safe at home.” Photo by Vincent Christie.
Thelma Mims, Peachtree City: “What I and my family learned is that there are still some good people in the world. People came together during this crisis.” Photo by Vincent Christie.
Tracy Sellars, Red Oak: “I think what we learned is that you can’t really prepare yourself for God’s will… only way you can prepare is for key things on the side just in case like salt and sand.” Photo by Vincent Christie.
Maxine Pennerman, East Point: “I learned to go grocery shopping! I did think it was going to be that serious being that I’ve never actually been in a snow storm before but it’s serious. I parked myself at my friend’s house for like three days and she had no food… so that is one of the lessons I learned about being prepared for snow storms.” Photo by Vincent Christie.
Mahassah Scott, Jonesboro: “It was too much to learn because where I am from in New Jersey we are use to weather that is ten times worse than this so it wasn’t really about being prepared for anything.” Photo by Vincent Christie.
Charles Driver, Fayetteville: “Definitely plan ahead for your travel time and take traffic and road conditions into consideration.” Photo by Vincent Christie.