what to do during a hurricane, part 2.

Stop referring to it as a hurricane.

Take up yet another new hobby.

Be thankful that your roommate makes the best. Chicken Enchiladas. Ever.

Also be thankful that she’s smart enough to fill containers with water in case the power goes out (which we luckily did not have to face). You know – so you can still flush the toilet. Genius.

Catch up on “the arts.”

But most importantly, be thankful for being safe and sound in the end. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone along the East Coast – especially here in NYC – that have been impacted by flooding, evacuations, power outages, those affected by the situation at NYU medical center, etc.

If you’re looking for a way to help, consider contributing to the Liberty Church Hurricane Relief Fund. Click here for more details.

Comments

  1. says

    can’t stop watching the coverage on Sandy – the devastation is horrendous and so saddening. Hope you are staying safe, dry, and warm! Thoughts are with all of you in NYC & all the others affected in this widespread disaster!

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