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Posted by on Nov. 4, 2012 at 6:49 PM
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I hope those of you on the East Coast are safe and well.

May Gaia bring you dry homes and full tummies.
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saltycoqui
by on Nov. 4, 2012 at 7:47 PM

We are home here in NYC, dry and with full tummies. Thank goodness we are some of the lucky ones! Before the storm I said prayers for those in my household, my neighbors and even my whole neighborhood. During times like these, the kindess of strangers is appreciated.

I saw several large branches on the ground in some odd places. Some cars were damaged but not many that I saw. As Sandy passed us, the worst was when the wind blew harder and harder. And there were bits of things hitting the largest of our windows that faces east (south east-ish). Several times the lights flickered like candles but we were prepared. I barely slept for three nights in a row. I felt emotionally drained from worry and watching or listening to the news so much but I needed to know what was happening. I let the kids know what was going on but didn't let them watch too much. They go back to school on Monday.

Wow. I missed this place!

TarotMommy
by Bronze Member on Nov. 5, 2012 at 11:07 AM
Quoting saltycoqui:

We are home here in NYC, dry and with full tummies. Thank goodness we are some of the lucky ones! Before the storm I said prayers for those in my household, my neighbors and even my whole neighborhood. During times like these, the kindess of strangers is appreciated.

I saw several large branches on the ground in some odd places. Some cars were damaged but not many that I saw. As Sandy passed us, the worst was when the wind blew harder and harder. And there were bits of things hitting the largest of our windows that faces east (south east-ish). Several times the lights flickered like candles but we were prepared. I barely slept for three nights in a row. I felt emotionally drained from worry and watching or listening to the news so much but I needed to know what was happening. I let the kids know what was going on but didn't let them watch too much. They go back to school on Monday.

Wow. I missed this place!




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