Monday, October 29, 2012

Stay Safe Everyone







I am not so sure how many of our blogger friends have electricity today, but I hope that everyone is safe wherever they are. Please do not try to be brave. I know that certain people cannot say that to their loved ones because they are either working in police force or are firefighters or medics.
Harvest moon is beautiful to look at, but they say that high tides and Harvest moon are not a good combination.
Hopefully by tomorrow everything will be calm and our trick or treaters will not be disappointed. 
Hopefully sixty some million people who are affected by this storm are safe and sound indoors.

17 comments:

fishducky said...

Nature is both beautiful & terrifying!!

yaya said...

Here in Ohio we are getting the rain and wind but so far we still have electric. Hospital works even during bad storms! Our Trick or Treat was last week..our town always has it the Thursday before..and it was a beautiful day so I'm glad because it will not be nice this Wednesday. Have a nice Halloween Week Munir!

Shelly said...

My prayers are with all of those in the storm's path. Please keep safe, my friend~

Chatty Crone said...

Those are my prayers too. sandie

Austan said...

I hope everyone makes it through all right. It's a regular rain here, we didn't catch much wind in the Shire. Fingers crossed.

LynNerdKelley said...

Are you affected by the storm, Munir? I thought of you and how last year you had power outages from Hurricane Irene and the kids couldn't trick-or-treat, if I remember correctly. Sending prayers. Stay safe and snug.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Munir .. I hope sincerely you haven't been in the path of this storm, though I have a challenging feeling you might be -

My thoughts are with you and stay safe now ... go with care - Hilary

Ruth said...

I am safe here in the middle of the country. Some of the destruction of nature is just amazing and terrifying.

cube said...

We are blessed with beautiful weather here in Florida. My heart goes out to those who are not as fortunate.

Hope said...

best wishes to all affected by that blasted storm! praying for a speedy recovery for all. thank you for your post! hope you are keeping well!

klahanie said...

And after the havoc and the heartache caused by such a powerful force, we wish some comfort to those who have suffered and endured.

Special thoughts to those who lost loved ones.

Gary

Ghadeer said...

I hope they'll have the energy and strength to overcome this.

DWei said...

Maybe that's why things have been so quiet in the blogosphere lately. :(

Michael Offutt, Tebow Cult Initiate said...

It's terrible to think that another storm is descending on those poor people. They are in my thoughts. I think I will donate to the Red Cross.

Susie Swanson said...

Hope you weren't affected by the storm.. Prayers to all.

Annmarie Pipa said...

we are all in this world together...and I think everything that affects one group of people affects all of us

Sharon K. Mayhew said...

Gosh, it's hard to believe that some people still don't have power...two weeks out from the storm. I pray that they are safe, warm and have enough food to survive.