ENID, Okla. —
Sylvia Lee had just started working for OG&E two weeks before the flood.
She worked as a clerk answering the crush of calls coming into the office.
“I was called into work Thursday morning and worked until late Saturday night,” she wrote. “Meals were brought into the plant. Since there were no computers then, I developed a callous on my middle finger from writing so many orders.
“I got broken into a new job in a big way!” she added.