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Here are my thoughts on what it’s like to wait for a hurricane and see this picture, period.

I don’t know about you but with my phone at 1% and trying to keep an eye on what’s going on 200 miles away, it’s been a little bit unsettling.

There’s two bags of ice in my freezer I already ate two cans of spam all the snacks are almost gone except for one bag, and Miami is 5 hours away.

Add this to I am a part-time sub teacher in a local school system and tomorrow school is closed period. Oh yeah, the courts are closed to tomorrow. Nothing is getting filed and everything is on a standstill.

I don’t know about you but the only thing I’ve got done is watch and binge on Netflix and all those movies that I put off to watch period.

And I’ve also redone all my files in the top drawer and not opening the drawer because I need to order a new Perullo file system and I might actually get that done.

That too I have a teacher test October and I need to study period.

I finally cleaned up a lot of the bins that were hanging out in my living room after our move last year.

About the only thing going outside right now as my husband & our dog Alfie the Beagle. Usually on a day off or a bunch of days off so I hang out in my pyjamas and I don’t do anything. It’s a luxury because I work a lot of hours during the regular week when everything is normal.

And I have no shame to say that last night we order pizza and it felt weird.

Everybody in the state of Florida right now is waiting to see whether this monster is going to turn toward our state and go up the eastern seaboard.

We’re going to stay tuned, period.

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I’m a 58-year-old lady married to gorgeous Atty in Clearwater Florida. We have been married happily for 23 years.we have a beagle named alfie who is almost 11 years old.