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Here is the forcast at Churches have cancelled services this morning. We could hear the rain hitting the gutters during the night and gust of wind blowing through the attic vents.
There is a creek behind our house that will often over flow in a big rain but it has remained low and calm and we have not see any trees down. Only leafy branches spread across the yard from the neighbors trees. We do not have any trees in our yard execpt a dogwood in the back and a butterfly bush in the front. Both are doing fine. I worry about some of the neighbors with towering penoaks and pines. Got word that the campground were we camp and store our camper at the beach is ok with no damage.
We have someone that will be checking on any damage to our camper in the morning. My brother in law is headed back today to his home on the beach. They lost power but no damages. Without internet or TV we are bored. The stores around here are closed for safety of their workers. Its raining too hard to go for a walk and all my cleaning is done. Gonna try and talk Nick into putting on rain gear and going for a walk anyway so he will stop walking circles around the house.
And I have eaten all my hurricane snacks. Hurricane Florence- Saturday Saturday, September 15, Today is Saturday and they expect the Hurricane Florence to hit my area this morning. Despite what you see on tv, the weathermen are playing it up in some areas. They have been seen faking heavy winds and bad conditions. However, there are some that are really getting pounded by this storm right now and my prayers are with them.