Having friends and relatives in the path of the ‘Frankenstorm,’ I know that it has not been easy for any of them. I saw a facebook message from one in New Jersey who said he had a couple of trees down last night. Haven’t heard anything more since. Our prayers go out to all those who have been and are yet ‘in harm’s way’ of this unusual force of nature. We can’t change some events, but we can prepare when they are predicted, and I’m quite sure most did just that.
We who live on the porifera of the fury of this storm can only hope and pray the best for those closer in. Here we are getting gusty cold breezes, and within about 100 miles there is heavy snow. Now exactly like most Americans invision for the end of October.
So I say as the leaves of the giant maple out my window fly by, my friends in New England, my thoughts and prayers are with you.