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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Georgia Ananias
As if the nightmares, flashbacks and anxiety weren't enough, passengers who survived the terrifying capsizing of the Costa Concordia off Tuscany have come in for a rude shock as they mark the first anniversary of the disaster on Sunday: They've been told they aren't welcome at the weekend's commemorations.
"This to our family has not settled well at all," said Georgia Ananias of Downey, Calif., who along with her husband and two daughters were among the last off the ship. "We're trying to deal with this day, and to get something as insulting as this — that there's no room for you there?"
"That adds a lot of anxiety to me — just that closure of knowing they're OK," she said. "It was so close to the end for all of us."