What do you do when time flies?

Back in March you might remember hearing the words, “If we do this now, we’ll be fine by the end of April” and then “once we get through the summer everything will get better….” and then “If we work together just a little bit longer we’ll get this under control.”

Floating with my Salvation – Light as seen through a Bilge pipe – Part 4

You can read Part 3 here He was so calm, and I was so frantic. I kept asking him where Dad was. Where he came out at. Cody kept saying “I don’t know Sabrina, I don’t see him yet. You have to get out. You have to swim to the

Floating with my Salvation – Light as seen through a Bilge pipe – Part 3

You can read part 2 here I touched every inch of the walls around me. With my back to the hole I came through ( being the floor of the cabin), I faced unknowingly the starboard side of the bottom of daddy’s boat. My eyes began to adjust. My left

Floating with my Salvation: A Deceiving Moment – Part 2

You can read part 1 here. I immediately kicked my boots off. Just like my daddy taught me. Swimming to the surface, I felt disorientated. I was at the front of the cabin, Manuel in front of me, Cody next, then Daddy had some how ended up on at the

Floating with my Salvation: A Deceiving Moment – Part 1

You can read the introduction here. Weather is a normal earthly occurrence. Something most people who are on land a lot, usually don’t give second thought to. Well on the water, it is a different situation. There are no trees, no large buildings, no barriers to slow the wind, slow

Floating with My Salvation: A True Story by Sabrina Galloway

A few weeks ago a tragic event happened in Galveston Bay — a shrimp boat capsized. This shook us hard and woke us all up because it happened to a close friend of my daughters and prominent family in our small community of Mont Belvieu. After asking permission I am