Good Night Katrina

Last Post of the Day

Katrina, you had a pretty name, but you were an ugly storm.

I’m glad you are gone from here, and hope you die out as you drive north. By next week you should be a light rain past Pennsylvania.

Tomorrow will be a day of clean-up.

My daughter and her husband and a roommate of theirs will be staying the night with us. They are still without power and rode the storm out at a local shelter, unbeknownst to us.

Special Thanks to all who commented, emailed, and Instant Messaged me while I was online off and on throughout the day with their well wishes for our safety.

Thanks to all the regular readers of Will Wheaton Dot Net that paid me a visit. It was much appreciated.

“Rainy Days and Mondays always get me down”, is the old song; well today was a rainy Monday; but knowing people think about you in times of trouble, even if they don’t know you in person, can more than make up for it.

Good Night.

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One Response to Good Night Katrina

  1. Figure 8 says:

    Dave – glad to see you and your family are alive and well.

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