Byline: Mark Chapman
It's not often that I am rendered speechless. Just ask my friends and co-workers.
It's hard to express all the feelings that well up inside when you see all the havoc wrought by nature in a few short hours. And when it occurs just a few miles away, the emotions run the gamut from joy to despair, from relief to guilt.
People talk about Mother Nature, but this was more "Mommy, Dearest." Nothing nurturing here, just pure fury.
In this week's H-T Englewood, you will read personal accounts of weathering the worst of the storm told to us by Martha Conway in South Gulf Cove and David and Kathleen Rohrer in Boca Grande. You …