Guys, I know it’s been rough. Between the flooding and the power outages and the rationing of water I know that we’re all stressed out. This is a depressing time for us, but it’s amazing to me how we’ve all banded together over the past few days, really helping each other out.

We all need some distractions in times of crisis, and thankfully The Frist Center and Cheekwood are offering free admission Wednesday through Friday. If you’ve been working to pile sand bags to save our second water treatment plant or have been driving around feeding the displaced homeless, or even if you just donated money and are working to spread the news, come on by and chill out. We need it.

The way Nashville has banded together, it blows my mind. I know we’ve all been complaining that national news hasn’t covered this as much as they should, but I think part of it has to do with how well we’ve been handling it. Go Nashville!

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