My mind won’t stop. I’m mentally and physically exhausted from the past three days of pepping, stressing, watching, thinking, hoping, praying and wondering what the next 48 hours will bring.
The calm before the storm.
Hurricane Irma Live: ‘Biggest Thing’ to Do Is Pray, Florida Governor Says – The New York Times
Morning walks up the Hillsborough River are daily. Not a cloud in the sky and the water so calm.
But this was today’s work:
We started early and worked all day. And my mind has not stopped going.
Will we have a home to go home to? Will my kids have a school to go back to? Will our friends be spared? Will our friends be ok? Will our city be ok? What will change? What will be spared and what will perish forever?
We packed up only what we needed. A few valuables, paperwork, 4 kids, a dog, a cat, water, food and fled 45 miles north. We boarded up our house. Said, “Be safe” to our neighbors who were weathering the storm and we left. We don’t know what to expect. We are safe for now with loved ones and family. We will wait.
Here’s a glimpse of what we saw today. Tomorrow can only tell what happens next.
And when Walt Disney World closes (5th time in history), Publix shuts down until Tuesday at 8am and Walmart closes until further notice, you know $hit just got real.
Be nice, Irma. I just want to go home.