“The first rule of hurricane coverage is that every broadcast must begin with palm trees bending in the wind.” – Carl Hiaasen

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“Come to North Carolina,” they said. “You’ll love it here,” they said. WTF?????

As I said earlier today, “with a hurricane you get a few days warning… with an earthquake, it just happens”. 

I’m not a doomsday prepper, I’m not really even a prepper, but today I did buy beer, wine, pop tarts and lettuce. I think I’m well prepared. I have water and lanterns and some food. As long as the dogs and I are fine nothing else matters. That’s what insurance is for. 

Seriously though, there is gas in the cars (and the boats… just incase), everything is as best protected from trees as possible. I know how to work a generator and cook on propane. I have dog food. I’ll fill the tubs with water to flush the toilet and I have a ton of unread books. 

Thank you fo all the messages and concern! Love you all!

– xoxo Victoria

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