Creeping Closer

Yep, since not all of us have provided bios, intros to each other might be in order after the storm. :)

It’s almost 10:15pm as I type this and I obviously still have power. I just heard that 10,000 people in Seminole County are without power and I think KlutzyGirl, who is staying at her parents home in Oviedo, must be among those poor folks because I haven’t heard from her since this morning. I’m wondering about others who haven’t posted in a while. If you’re online, let us know.

The wind and rain are getting worse here near OIA. Forecasts call for 80MPH winds, which will not be as bad as the 100MPH winds we had with Charley. As Zee points out, it’s the tornadoes that will worry me the most, I can go out and play in a hurricane, but tornadoes are nasty creations of nature. We had at least one in our neighborhood during Charley and I don’t want to go through that again.

I don’t think I’ll be sleeping much tonight.

2 Comments so far

  1. David July (unregistered) on September 4th, 2004 @ 10:23 pm

    Electrical power is normal here in Altamonte Springs. It has flickered a few times during the day, but that has not even happened in a few hours now.

  2. zee (unregistered) on September 4th, 2004 @ 10:32 pm

    Great to know you’re ok, David. Keep safe.

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