Friday, August 29, 2008

Headin' for High Ground

We're in the last stages of boarding up the house and hauling what's movable from the first floor up to the second. Then it's off to the lake house with seven cats for a fun-filled weekend of wind and rain and high anxiety. 'Till next week.

10 comments:

Sustenance Scout said...

I've been thinking about you today, Candy. Safe travels and fingers crossed for an easy return to normal soon. Hugs from Denver, K.

cs harris said...

Thanks, K. Projections have the storm passing to our west, which will spare New Orleans the worst but be terrible for Acadiana.

Charles Gramlich said...

Definitely worrisome. Lana and I are still deciding whether to ride it out here. We're both leaning toward staying but I heard this morning it is a category 3.

btw, I still don't get your posts loaded into my google reader. The feed still isn't working.

Chap O'Keefe said...

The world is watching the news and forecasts with awful fascination. Let's hope it's not back to square one for the hard work that has been done since Katrina.

Look after yourselves, Candy, Charles and other friends in your area.

Barbara Martin said...

Take care, and my blessings to keep you and yours safe.

Trish Morey said...

Thinking of you and your girls, Candy.

Stay safe.

Steve Malley said...

My thoughts are with you. Be well.

bg bell said...

Having just come through Fay in the panhandle of Florida, I send you aware blessings and good thoughts. Your writing brings so much pleasure in such an elegant way. Thank you, and may you, yours and all our friends around the Gulf be safe and well.

BG Bell

Shauna Roberts said...

Here's hoping that you and your family come home soon to a dry house.

Sustenance Scout said...

Just spotted the Archangel Project by C.S. Graham on the ABA October Indie Next list! http://news.bookweb.org/6256.html

K.