Hurricane Sandy is Coming

We are expecting an unwelcome, unwanted visitor named Hurricane Sandy. Although she hasn’t been invited, Sandy (or Frankenstorm as some have called her) has decided that New Jersey will most likely be the place she will come ashore and move inland. The generator is ready, the lawn furniture is put away, we have canned soup, extra bread, and water; now we wait. We are praying for safety for everyone in her path.

Update 2pm Oct 29: The eye is still out to sea but it’s getting windy out there!


13 responses to “Hurricane Sandy is Coming

  1. Stay safe. When I lived in Bryn Mawr as a kid in the 50s, I remember hiding out during a hurricane and listening to the wind whistle through the metal frames around the windows.

  2. Sounds like you’re well battened down. Hopefully the strength of the storm will disapate some when it hits land? Be safe.

  3. Stay safe and I hope damage to the area is minimal.

  4. I hope that the storm didn’t trigger great damage. I am greeting

  5. Glad to hear that you faired well- All the best after the storm and nor’easter.

  6. It’s good to hear that you and your family are well. May God continue to watch over you all. ~ Marsha

  7. Glad to read that you and yours are fine after Hurricane Sandy! 🙂

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