Praise God from whom all blessings flow! May He help all those in need from the hurricane's destruction.
We were protected and didn't lose our power, although I heard others in town did. No school two days in a row! I took a few pics from my yard. This first one is the driveway where some massive oak branches fell. Thank goodness we have a "back" driveway going into the development behind us, as you can see in the second pic. The second largest branch that fell is in this pic.
The Wisteria vine/tree fell off the garden shed, but I just slung it back on the iron 'arm' over the door. That arm was the swinging pot holder that was in one of the fireplaces in our old house that burned down. I'm glad Mister saved it!
The birds kept coming to the feeder throughout the day yesterday. I'm surprised the wind didn't just blow them away! This morning they were out in full force - here's a Blue Jay and a Red Bellied Woodpecker. I spotted the grasshopper on the water knob while I was rinsing out the bird feeder. He didn't even move while I turned the knob!
Of course, I had to bake a cake during the storm - a strawberry one!