#HurricaneDorian Looking Worse for Florida by the Minute

Here’s the latest update on Dorian. Picture me standing right underneath that “H” in the center of the state, waving at you. (Actually, I’m jumping up and down and yelling “Somebody get me outta here!” 

The “H” means a significant storm with winds between 74 and 110mph, (with anything over 74 being a hurricane, as opposed to a bad tropical storm.) 

This is SO not good!

23 thoughts on “#HurricaneDorian Looking Worse for Florida by the Minute

    • Thanks, Bill! I appreciate that, and I’m wishing everyone in the path of this storm a safe harbor in which to ride it out. Still don’t know what we’ll do yet, but we’ll need to decide pretty soon. 🙂

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    • I know you weren’t liking the upcoming events, Harmony, so not to worry! And I appreciate your taking the time to let me know you are thinking about us. It’s getting pretty scary, and this time around, I’m more nervous than I usually am. We had FOUR hurricanes hit us the year we moved into this house, and I was nowhere near this scared. I wasn’t complacent, by any means, and did everything I was supposed to do, but I wasn’t terrified, either. After Irma, I AM. Gleeep. 😯 But I’m trying to stay positive and as calm as I can. You guys are a big help! 🙂 ❤

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    • From your lips to God’s ear, Joan! Oh how I hope that happens, and not just for US. These storms have such destructive power, it’s unbelievable, and we’ve had a lot of rain the last few weeks. All the ponds, lakes, rivers, and retention ponds are FULL. So there’s flooding that some have to worry about. (We’ve never had any where we live, being a tiny bit higher than some areas, but it’s still not a good feeling when a big storm dumps so much rain.

      It’s good to know so many people are sending us positive thoughts and energy and prayers and well wishes. It helps! 🙂 ❤

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    • Me, too, Mary! And I know you don’t like what’s happening, don’t worry. I do the same thing, just to be counted among those who are listening, as you say. I could have gone a long, long time without another storm coming over us, but I haven’t given up hoping it will veer off. Hurricanes are fickle and do very unexpected things at times. Maybe if we all close our eyes and WISH hard enough . ……??? 😀 ❤

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    • One of the possible trajectories shows it going right up the coast, past the Carolinas and into your territory. I hope it doesn’t do that, either. It needs to go north EAST out into that Atlantic where it can’t hurt anyone, anywhere. Wishing you guys good luck, too! We’ll see how this starts shaping up tomorrow.

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  1. It’s hard to know what to say to anyone in such a situation, Marcia. Sure hope the hurricane doesn’t do significant damage to the area. Hopefully, people are wise enough to take whatever precautions they can.

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  2. Marcia, there is no way I can click on “like” for this post. And it’s difficult to know what words will bring you comfort and protection in the face of this storm. Just be safe and know that our prayers for you and your family are being offered.

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  3. I hated clicking “like” on this post, Marcia, but wanted you to know I’m thinking of you. I was just telling DH about you last night as we watched weather and they showed the track of Dorian. You so DO NOT need this, especially after finally getting almost back to normal after…. (crap, I can’t remember the name of the hurricane that caused you so much damage). I will be praying for your safety. Sending you positive thoughts and {{HUGS}}, my friend!


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