Professor Lupin


Hey sorry to keep on harping on the same thing, but we are getting little to none national media coverage. This is what is looks like down here and it keeps on getting worse for everybody.

My brother TJ and his wife Jenni evacuated from their apartment and are safe with us now, but they have lost their cars and have no way of transportation. TJ just recently lost his job and Jenni was working as a photographer – there won’t be any jobs calling for photography right now in the thick of this. 

My aunt and uncle have no home now, it’s completely underwater. Jenni’s family has a child with special needs and they can’t get their necessary supplies for her because their house is underwater. 

I know everybody’s more interested in Clinton and/or Trump or the Olympics, but Louisiana is really suffering. Please keep Louisiana in your prayers. I’m going to post some links for y’all if you wanna give some support, but really if you could just reblog this and let everyone know what’s going on, that would be so incredible. We are strong and we will make it through this, but every little bit counts, even down to the the second to reblog. Love you guys! <3

Update: I just set up a GoFundMe for TJ and Jenni. Any bit counts!

My sister-in-law’s family GoFundMe page

Louisiana Red Cross

Salvation Army Louisiana

Now that I think about that part of my education, I often wondered what benefit my teachers thought I’d get from learning how to address a baroness or how to dance a late 18th century regency ball quadrille.

As it turns out, as I sit here writing a period style romance novel, quite a lot.