Monday, October 29, 2012


Thankfully, we live on the edge of Hurricane Sandy's travel path.

Our news outlets are calling this event a Superstorm and warning us of high winds, heavy rain, and power outages.  So far we're experiencing all of the above, but with the lights still on.  The wind is blowing rain sideways, and kicking up the pile of leaves that almost every house has raked to the curb.  Most likely, we will fall asleep to the sound of howling winds and trees scraping our windows, and wake up to blinking displays on our digital clocks.

We are fine.  It's New York I'm worried about.  From what I've seen online, they are bracing themselves for a real monster.  I'm making BLTs and tomato soup for dinner, and riding out this storm with my favorite guy.  Praying for everyone else.

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