The first storm of the season is upon us. For those who are in the States, here is a link where you can follow what condition,TCCOR, we are in. There is much preparation going on but not for the same reasons as in the States. Pretty much people clean up their yards, secure anything that could move during the storm, take items off your balconies, and go get some food and water to last a day or two. If power does go out it usually isn't for more than a day, if that. And the main reason for the food prep is because when the storm gets within 12 hours of landfall, you have to stay in your homes until they declare an All Clear. So really its just Family Time with lost of rain. Maybe I'll be able to catch up on some blogging, we shall see.

it is not the crisis that builds something within us— it simply reveals what we are made of already. Oswald Chambers

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