It’s common for students of culture to reserve some of their harshest criticism for the members of our millennial generation. They’re self-serving, aimless, and committed to nothing, so the critics say.
Perhaps those critics have not met any of the dear twenty- and thirty-somethings who served us so generously in the days following the recent flood in Baton Rouge.
Like tens of thousands of our fellow south Louisianans, our home was flooded the weekend of August 13 and 14. We took on over three feet of water, damaging the structure, ruining our belongings, and devastating our family.