Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Whoville

Before I leave Kroger, I have to say that it just occurred to me that I feel like the Whos in Whoville on Christmas morning: "We are here, we are here, we are here."  Happy to be here, too, believe me.

7 comments:

  1. Anonymous3:45 PM

    I'm very glad to hear that you suffered little damage and not as uncomfortable as some. It was good to see your post.

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  2. Karin M4:21 PM

    Good to have news from you, Bill. I'm glad you and Judy haven't suffered too much. Water and sewage are defintiely nice to have. You can read by daylight or candlelight, but if you have to go fetch water--that's hardship. Where are you heading? And how was life without the Internet?

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  3. It's amazing the little things we take for granted. Glad you made it through!

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  4. My relief is great that you and Judy came through it with only fixable damage. Electricity outages are strange. when Isabel hit the Virginia coast, we lost power for just 12 hours but friends a dozen miles inland were out for 10 days.

    Take care and I look forward to seeing you both at Bouchercon next month.

    Richard Moore

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  5. Good to get an update from you. So happy you are both doing okay!

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  6. Hope the power comes back on soon. I remember it was off for quite a while when some other hurricane hit right after you moved to Alvin. It's great to hear that you and Judy came through this storm all right.

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  7. VERY relieved to hear you made it without too much hassle. Up here in Ohio Ike was still powerful enough to visit us with hurrican-force winds on Sunday night that left most of the state without power.

    On the plus side, we didn't lose our electricity and with all the downed trees,I won't be hurting for firewood next year.

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