Monday, October 29, 2012

Waiting for Sandy...and Daylight


After a weekend of intense attention to the storm we wait. What will we get from the potential mess offered by the storm? What will our friends in other states get?

Well, I hope not much, but some of the latest maps show it pointed right our way. Meanwhile I am waiting for daylight before I walk the old dog because he seems to be leaning toward just wandering away willy-nilly.



The boss will get out early and chop if he can. Not much more to be done. We let the stove go out in case we lose power. The damper is supposed to shut it off, but I don't trust it and after last winter without heat I would rather be chilly now than burn the stove up again and suffer that misery.

And so, I hope that you all are safe and out of harm's way and that the storm isn't as bad as threatened. Take care.


7 comments:

dennisranch said...

Prayers for you and yours and all those who deserve them...watch yur topknot! ;-)

Cathy said...

Marianne . . we've been watching that projected path map and I have thought and thought about you and yours. . . .

stay safe and hang in there . . . .

. . . hope you get a few hours of rest and mange to stay cozy.

lisa said...

I hope you are ready and stay safe! One thing nice about living up on that mountain of yours and that is not having to worry about flooding! Take care!

Rev. Paul said...

Stay safe, Marianne. We're praying for you.

Jan said...

Our thoughts and prayers go out to you as we follow the computer model. Hope we don't lose touch.

Cathy said...

PS. . . per my first comment:
Don't get 'mange' . . . and do 'mange' to stay cozy :D

Terry and Linda said...

PRAYING for you! I hope everyone can come through well!

Linda
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