Hurricane Sandy–Uprooted

After five nights of dark and cold, we sought out warmer digs in Bmore or Baltimore.  Now, back in New Jersey, we are waiting to see if the Nor’easter will send us back on the road again.  The roads were salted early this morning and it just started snowing but, we are thankful that our house wasn’t damaged, happy that we have a house, fortunate that we have family to stay with and glad that we have wonderful friends and neighbors.  Hon, we are lucky!

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8 thoughts on “Hurricane Sandy–Uprooted

  1. Great post shows the powerful nature,and how weak humans are.One picture worth a 1000 words.Jalal MIchael

  2. Oh Naomi, I can’t even imagine what you’ve all been going through. The pictures are surreal.
    Your positive outlook is amazing! We love you guys. Zan

  3. Wow, Nay that is some mess. It is like that here as well. Hopefully today’s storm won’t be too bad… Love, Sue

    Sent from my iPad

    • Sue, it’s unbelievable how power lines snapped in half and trees toppled over. It looks like the snow we get tonight will be gone in another day–yay! (I love snow but not in early November.)

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