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Tamar, Lucie, Great to see you:)

Posted by Dinah on August 31, 2008, at 22:16:18

In reply to Re: Thank you Dinah, posted by seldomseen on August 31, 2008, at 7:48:15

Things are looking much better than last night. The hurricane ran into some unseasonably dry air, which got wrapped inside and weakened it. It looked horrible last night at this time, and I felt pretty negative about my future. Weakening is so much better than any other result, because everyone comes out better.

I got an email from my therapist this morning. He and his family evacuated this morning, so he should be safe. He even remembered to sign his first name instead of his whole name. :)

My dogs are all settled. My little baby is curled up at my side.

Annierose, I'm not sure how most kids are doing, but the three years between now and then seems to have given my son enough distance that he's seeing this as a fun adventure. He's thoroughly enjoying the hotel amenities, and trying to decide what local attractions might count as a learning experience that he shouldn't miss.

I just can't get my computer set up so that it's comfortable to type, so I'm reading more than posting. Plus, I must admit that I'm settling into my evacuation torpor of drifting in and out of sleep while obsessively watching the weather news. Sleep is always my response to stress.

My husband is crabbier than I remember from past evacuations. I guess that's his response to stress.

It's not looking great for my therapy Friday. But it's not impossible either I guess. I'm trying to focus on the positive of the weakening. I can't imagine anything better than a weakening of an approaching hurricane.




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