Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Good Night Irene

Irene, it is time to turn off your fury and go to sleep....please leave our beloved Bahamas (Eleuthera) alone and don't imperil any more lives!
Even though the hatches were all battened down when they left last month, my daughter and husband are very worried about their precious haven, their friends there, and the natural beauty that is Eleuthera.

While we watch the weather reports closely, we are happy to feel the beginnings of Fall here. The last week brought us some very high humidity and heat and it nearly did me in on Sunday....still recovering from a trek around Provincetown.

Be back later in the week with some recent photos....meanwhile, off to work and a busy evening to come as LM will be by to help me rid my house of some unwanted/unneeded items....I'm gearing up for a big move within the next two years and want to be ready for the move to take place easily.
Love to all!

4 comments:

Happy Days said...

I pray that your kids home is left unscathed. Always something to worry about on the Islands! Our friends kids were to take their honeymoon in the Dominion Republic but that got cancelled. Have no idea where they went! I'm hoping your move is to LM's...tell me that's correct. That would be just Great!! Is that when you retire? Too badk it can't be sooner!!...debbie

judemiller1 said...

I think Irene is going to hit Charleston, SC, but it will travel up the coast and bring YOU some rain. Provincetown--we were there in 1970. My husband about ran off the little road watching all the girls in their tiniest bikinis ride by on their bikes. My 13 year old son hung out the back window--eyes wide and mouth agape and said, "Some day I want to live here!" My daughter's and I were (of course) trying to see all the stores and the ocean. What a neat place! Full of hippies at the time.

Anne said...

Thanks for the post....I love...love that picture! We keep thinking happy thoughts that Irene will just graze the island on her way out to sea.

Much Love,
Anne

One Woman's Journey - a journal being written from Woodhaven - her cottage in the woods. said...

I hope all are safe.
Love the picture.
Would be a dream to visit
a place like that ...