It’s 10:10am, I’m cooking what was in the fridge. Everything still works, just a couple of tiny flickers in the lights. I’ve still got hot water and the basement was pretty dry last time I looked.
There’s a big branch down in my back yard but nothing was there to hit. In my neighbor’s parking lot the cars are huddled as far from the big tree as they can get. They look so pitiful and scared. My cat is oblivious to it all. ‘Brain the size of a walnut’, as my husband says. He was not kept late at work today, but will be braving the storm tonight because hospitals do not close, ever.
Home care is a different deal, we’re staying off the roads as much as possible.
I DON’T HAVE TO WORK TODAY!
It’s an ill wind blows nobody good.
That awesome piece of landscape sculpture, the Providence Hurricane Barrier, is on standby according to the ProJo. GoLocalProvidence has a post by John Ghiorse on the history and function of the hurricane barrier. John himself is a Rhode Island historical treasure, The Ghiorse Factor will be off the scale this weekend.