Friday, September 3, 2010


Hurricane Earl is bearing down on us tonight here in Massachusetts. But that's the problem - it's tonight. I'll sleep right through it! I love the dramatics of a good ocean storm! The sun will be shining in the morning like nothing happened. Ah, well, life goes on.


Cindy said...

Okay the sensible person in me..says please be careful..let us know how ya'll are doing..take care!!!

Now the weather chaser in me says..Yippee..Grab the rain slicker..the galoshes...make sure cameras are cam ready..have a blast documenting..but be

wild weather woman..Cindy from Rick-Rack and Gingham

Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

It's supposed to hit Nova Scotia early morning, so I'll get to spend my whole Saturday hunkered down with board games and potato chips and lots of oooh's and ahhh's!

sweet violets said... are toooo funny!!! Set your alarm and get up and enjoy!!! Great pic of cherry....Cleo

Cheeseboy said...

I am so sorry you are going to miss it. I guess it is not like an earthquake that will wake you up.

In other news, I got a package in the mail this week that made me laugh and laugh and laugh until I was blue in the face. It didn't happen to come from you, did it?

The Real Me! said...

I feel your pain. We live on the east coast of Florida and we kind of get a little giddy when we see one heading our way. The small ones, not the CAT 4 ones. LOL! We did get big surf though so that's always exciting.


Antiques Galore Gal said...

Of topic, but great picture of Earl! Stay safe!

Sarah said...

You are too funny! I've had my share of hurricanes on the Gulf Coast. I don't care to experience anymore. You can have the excitement. :-)
Stay safe. ~ sarah

Anonymous said...

Sorry you are going to miss it but thankful it is going to miss you. ;)

We live in Florida and survived to tell about Hurricane Andrew as well as Hurricane Katrina and don't wish it upon anyone. I love the storm but the sounds are horrific and the aftermath is devastating at times. We were blessed to have come out of each untouched but some friends weren't. Some even lost homes.

I do agree the storms are so alluring and for some reason they still stir me up with excitement but now with a hint of caution too.