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  • Flooded Houston home doesn't stop this man from playing his piano

    After Houston musician Aric Harding returned home to salvage his children's favorite stuffed animals, he was moved to play the piano in the living room of his flooded Friendswood home. He has shared several updates on the flooding after Hurricane Harvey brought over 40 inches of rainfall to his neighborhood. "I really think God is going to do something completely new here. I am excited to see the new beauty in the suffering,” Harding said.

After Houston musician Aric Harding returned home to salvage his children's favorite stuffed animals, he was moved to play the piano in the living room of his flooded Friendswood home. He has shared several updates on the flooding after Hurricane Harvey brought over 40 inches of rainfall to his neighborhood. "I really think God is going to do something completely new here. I am excited to see the new beauty in the suffering,” Harding said. Instagram / @aricharding via Storyful
After Houston musician Aric Harding returned home to salvage his children's favorite stuffed animals, he was moved to play the piano in the living room of his flooded Friendswood home. He has shared several updates on the flooding after Hurricane Harvey brought over 40 inches of rainfall to his neighborhood. "I really think God is going to do something completely new here. I am excited to see the new beauty in the suffering,” Harding said. Instagram / @aricharding via Storyful

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