We Dodge The Bullet

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    Oct 07, 2016 2:53 PM GMT
    The hurricane has slammed Florida, with 600,000 currently without power. Missed us by just a few miles, veered slightly east and away at the last minute. Less than an hour north of us and beyond they got slammed. Damage reports still coming in.

    We woke up this morning holding hands in bed. I told him the same good news, all was well, at least for us here, and that I loved him. I had stayed awake until 4 AM, to watch over things.

    It's nice when your world returns to normal. But we have friends in the area where the storm did hit hard, we had to cancel a lunch with a couple we had scheduled for this week because of this, will phone now and see how they did.

    Our winds got up to near 60, and I'm glad I took the satellite dish down. Went right back up in under 5 minutes. I had never touched the aiming calibration stuff on the support arm, that I left in place, so TV reception is as good as before. Something new I learned for future reference.

    Good in case Matthew doubles back on us. For that reason we'll delay putting the rest of the stuff back outside. It can stay in the living room a few more days, we've got nothing planned, and had cancelled our Friday cleaning lady already.
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    Oct 07, 2016 3:20 PM GMT
    Art_Deco saidThe hurricane has slammed Florida, with 600,000 currently without power. Missed us by just a few miles, veered slightly east and away at the last minute. Less than an hour north of us and beyond they got slammed. Damage reports still coming in.

    We woke up this morning holding hands in bed. I told him the same good news, all was well, at least for us here, and that I loved him. I had stayed awake until 4 AM, to watch over things.

    It's nice when your world returns to normal. But we have friends in the area where the storm did hit hard, we had to cancel a lunch with a couple we had scheduled for this week because of this, will phone now and see how they did.

    Our winds got up to near 60, and I'm glad I took the satellite dish down. Went right back up in under 5 minutes. I had never touched the aiming calibration stuff on the support arm, that I left in place, so TV reception is as good as before. Something new I learned for future reference.

    Good in case Matthew doubles back on us. For that reason we'll delay putting the rest of the stuff back outside. It can stay in the living room a few more days, we've got nothing planned, and had cancelled our Friday cleaning lady already.


    ^ Attention whore.
  • WestCoastJock

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    Oct 07, 2016 3:20 PM GMT
    Do you think any body here really cares that you cancelled your cleaning lady appointment for today?
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    Oct 07, 2016 5:52 PM GMT
    We spoke with our friends 40 miles north of us this morning. Much heavier winds & rain than us, lots of debris on the roads. But their house is intact, they're OK. We'll be rescheduling our lunch together for next week. Amazing how much difference a few miles can make with these storms.
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    Oct 07, 2016 6:43 PM GMT
    Art_Deco saidThe hurricane has slammed Florida, with 600,000 currently without power. Missed us by just a few miles, veered slightly east and away at the last minute. Less than an hour north of us and beyond they got slammed. Damage reports still coming in.

    We woke up this morning holding hands in bed. I told him the same good news, all was well, at least for us here, and that I loved him. I had stayed awake until 4 AM, to watch over things.

    It's nice when your world returns to normal. But we have friends in the area where the storm did hit hard, we had to cancel a lunch with a couple we had scheduled for this week because of this, will phone now and see how they did.

    Our winds got up to near 60, and I'm glad I took the satellite dish down. Went right back up in under 5 minutes. I had never touched the aiming calibration stuff on the support arm, that I left in place, so TV reception is as good as before. Something new I learned for future reference.

    Good in case Matthew doubles back on us. For that reason we'll delay putting the rest of the stuff back outside. It can stay in the living room a few more days, we've got nothing planned, and had cancelled our Friday cleaning lady already.

    Thank God for shinning his love down on U & your boyfriend.
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    Oct 07, 2016 6:44 PM GMT
    WestCoastJock said
    Art_Deco saidThe hurricane has slammed Florida, with 600,000 currently without power. Missed us by just a few miles, veered slightly east and away at the last minute. Less than an hour north of us and beyond they got slammed. Damage reports still coming in.

    We woke up this morning holding hands in bed. I told him the same good news, all was well, at least for us here, and that I loved him. I had stayed awake until 4 AM, to watch over things.

    It's nice when your world returns to normal. But we have friends in the area where the storm did hit hard, we had to cancel a lunch with a couple we had scheduled for this week because of this, will phone now and see how they did.

    Our winds got up to near 60, and I'm glad I took the satellite dish down. Went right back up in under 5 minutes. I had never touched the aiming calibration stuff on the support arm, that I left in place, so TV reception is as good as before. Something new I learned for future reference.

    Good in case Matthew doubles back on us. For that reason we'll delay putting the rest of the stuff back outside. It can stay in the living room a few more days, we've got nothing planned, and had cancelled our Friday cleaning lady already.


    ^ Attention whore.

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    Oct 07, 2016 6:45 PM GMT
    Bonaparts said
    WestCoastJock said
    Art_Deco saidThe hurricane has slammed Florida, with 600,000 currently without power. Missed us by just a few miles, veered slightly east and away at the last minute. Less than an hour north of us and beyond they got slammed. Damage reports still coming in.

    We woke up this morning holding hands in bed. I told him the same good news, all was well, at least for us here, and that I loved him. I had stayed awake until 4 AM, to watch over things.

    It's nice when your world returns to normal. But we have friends in the area where the storm did hit hard, we had to cancel a lunch with a couple we had scheduled for this week because of this, will phone now and see how they did.

    Our winds got up to near 60, and I'm glad I took the satellite dish down. Went right back up in under 5 minutes. I had never touched the aiming calibration stuff on the support arm, that I left in place, so TV reception is as good as before. Something new I learned for future reference.

    Good in case Matthew doubles back on us. For that reason we'll delay putting the rest of the stuff back outside. It can stay in the living room a few more days, we've got nothing planned, and had cancelled our Friday cleaning lady already.


    ^ Attention whore.

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    Lady Muck.