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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Ike

Regular blogging is on hold at the moment because of Hurricane Ike. Because its projected path, I've got at least twelve reasons to be extra anxious for the next few days. Not only do I have family in Galveston, but Matt and his family are nearby. Plus, there's my immediate family, my brother-in-law's family, and over a handful of friends and their families, further north of the area.

I hope the most I hear about is a lot of rain. As a result, we're due to get a lot of rain this weekend in Dallas. Regardless of the rain, the Tah-Dahs will play their final show. Anyway, here's to hoping for the best despite hearing about the possible worst.

2 comments:

Matthew said...

I'm not too worried. I'm not in a mandatory evacuation zone and am staying put. League City reprazent!

Ted said...

At least you get a warning with hurricanes. The other night we had an earthquake that felt like someone had picked the house up and dropped it. Turns out we were five miles from the epicenter. It was only a 4.5 on the scale, though, so no damage.