Yes, I'm still talking about the storm known as Hurricane Ida in certain circles and Historic Nor'Easter in circles where people sitting in an office 90 minutes from here have no idea what they're talking about. Never fear, though, because by the end of this post we'll be talking about my optometrist. Welcome to free form, stream of consciousness
This is a picture of my yard on Friday after the storm started to slack off and I could walk around without being
Ordinarily, the water (even at high tide) doesn't come near those two pine trees. Fortunately I'm on high enough ground that the house stays dry, even in a storm of this magnitude.
For the past four days the only thing that's happened here is this: cooking, sleeping, and eating--not necessarily in that order. Occasionally there was cooking while sleeping, and sleeping while eating, both of which really cause a mess. Periodically I'd
In short, I've grown fond of this concept known as semi-
During this state of
When I say "substantive thought" I mean that I discussed my ideas with my optometrist, who smiled and nodded politely. But really, the idea that's brewing is a good one, if only someone can make it happen. Evidently that person will not be my optometrist.
And here we have the conclusion of a post which started off talking about the storm and which ended as
p.s. Have a great Sunday and if possible make it a point to do absolutely nothing except eat, sleep and cook - not necessarily in that order.
p.s.s. If anyone out there is wondering about the storm damage here, please e-mail me at ChesapeakeBayWoman@gmail.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Between the two of us we can answer your questions or locate someone who can.