Sending Good Thoughts to Friends

The downside or upside, if you will, of the internet is that now I can sit here in my comfortably not-in-the-middle-of-the-storm home and watch hurricane Ian creep up on my friends down in Florida and on Georgia and South Carolina’s Atlantic Coast.

And that’s exactly what I’ve been doing far too much of this morning so I got sidetracked from my normal morning routine. I am hoping they are all safe. And part of me wonders if it wasn’t better not to have minute by minute updates wondering how everyone is.

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