Friday, August 26, 2011

Waiting for Irene

Today is prep day and it is the most beautiful morning ever with cloudless blue skies...what? This really must be the calm before the storm. I've been getting emails right and left sending me real time hurricane tracking software to download free and maps with evacuation routes. Thankfully my county is not even on the list. I am going down with the ship and staying put. I've been told there is no milk in the markets. I shopped 2 days ago so I am fine as long as we have power.
Stay safe and do everything you can to keep Irene from your door.

7 comments:

TheBookGirl said...

We are in the path as well, and yes, it is kind of eerie what a gorgeous day it is today :)
Hope you stay safe.

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

We are getting ready too here in CT. Stay safe:)
~Debra xxx
Capers of the vintage vixens

mytwocentsworth said...

Not to unduly alarm you, but your power may be the first thing to go. Do you have a generator to use as back-up? Hope you will be safe as I think Irene is a very unruly lady.
--judymac

Gail, in northern California said...

Be safe.

Marilyn said...

stay safe and alert...although we will be on the outer edges they still say we'll feel it...hope the trees stay up!!!
see you on the other side!! :)
marilyn in roomontheleft

Tilly's Nest said...

Stay Safe! I'll be thinking of you from here in Osterville!

penelopebianchi said...

Stay safe! And never underestimate the power of Mother Nature!

This is apparently the worst storm to hit the east coast for 80 years......or something. Never ever think that these warnings are exaggerated!
My prayers are with you and everyone on the east coast!

Penelope