When the President declares the area in which one lives a disaster area, it leads some people to irrational acts.
We fortunately now have water with no restrictions, and it’s even been deemed safe for drinking or washing dishes.
I’m very very lucky to have never lost electricity. It seems as though I’m in the minority in Northern Virginia.
As you can see, I did some work on Marina over the weekend.
I hate doing the sleeves. It’s so awkward having the whole sweater flopping around as you get near the end of a sleeve!
I’d like to thank the following people, from whom I’ve received mousies:
Tam in Columbus, IN, Martina in Sevelsbig, Germany, Lubna in Chardon, OH, Brooks in Winston-Salem, NC, Corinne in Groton, MA, Pat in Santa Rosa, CA, Judith in Greenville, RI, and Karen in Los Angeles, CA. Thank you all!
And Lucy sends a special thank you to Karen in Los Angeles, as well!
Lucy never once lost her cool during the hurricane. She was just happy to have her mommy home all day for a couple of days.
I bet quite a mess awaits me at work. We had some tight deadlines that of course were missed because of the hurricane. And I’ve got two new employees starting today and I’m not ready for that either.
So I’d best get going. And say good-bye to my diet of Black Russians and peanuts, and return to some semblance of healthy eating.
Happy Monday, all!