Sending good thoughts and wishes to all our family and friends in the northeast, as Sandy begins to make her way on shore. With so many beaches along the coast, who names a storm Sandy, anyway That’s just a bad joke. Hoping everyone took this one seriously and stocked themselves with lots of water and other fluids. Remember to stay hydrated as that is more important than many other things right now. Remember that things are replaceable. Give your animals some extra special attention; they know things are not right. Know that some fabulous meals can be made from items stored in your pantry. Flashlights are a whole lot safer than candles…right Arlene? Don’t be tempted to go outside until you know both the front and the back of the storm have passed! Don’t fool around with Mother Nature. She is one serious force, and should never be taken lightly.
From our experience, the sun will definitely shine again, and there will be beautiful rainbows. Above and beyond all else, remember what my little hero Matty used to suggest, which was to “play after every storm”. Stay safe everyone. Much love.