I want to thank everyone who kept my family and me in their thoughts and prayers. We were very fortunate to have missed the major damage that came within 100 miles of us.
We finally started to see some improvement in the weather yesterday, it has rained for 7 straight days here, yep even before the storm went through, so things are pretty soggy right now, but nothing here is flooded and our power stayed on throughout the storm.
Yesterday we began stepping outside when we had breaks in the rain, just to see the outdoors. My grandson stayed overnight with me last night and this morning we ventured outside to take a walk. It’s 40 degrees outside, not my favorite temperature, but it was a beautiful crisp autumn day if soggy.
Our trees withstood the winds, losing only some branches. We are so fortunate. The damage expected to knock out power at the state prisons along the path did not happen, so my son stayed safe with his family, of which I am thankful as a prison with no power is a dangerous place to be.
I know many of you who visit my blog were in the path of the storm, please leave me a comment and let me know how you fared, I’ve been thinking of you through this.