Tuesday, November 8, 2022


Good morning Folks, just before 6 p.m. yesterday, I got an email from electric company saying they were preparing for possible power outages as subtropical storm Nicole could possibly become a hurricane with projected path being my area. Holy Moly! First I had heard about this storm. The adrenaline started pumping and I started thinking of things I needed to do and I started praying. I listened to 'Be Not Afraid', God is in control, and other fear destroying you tube videos. Those helped a lot and I went to bed feeling more peaceful. 

Nicole has shifted a bit to the north and I'll be watching the path during the day to see what I need to do about boarding up or not. I have plywood for windows, and doors, need to locate the wingnuts to fasten down plywood. 

It may not be too bad, but time will tell. A lot of rain is predicted. Do keep everyone in this path in prayer, as it covers a good portion of FL and moves northward. Wherever it lands it is predicted to be a Cat. 1 hurricane. At least that's what they are saying right now. Only two times in recorded history has a hurricane made landfall in Florida in November. Hurricane season ends the end of this month.

Glad I mowed yesterday. That's it for now. I've got to eat some breakfast then head outdoors to get somewhat prepared. I'll keep you posted. 

TIA for prayers,






BeachGypsy said...

Stay safe! God is with you

Lynn and Precious said...

Good luck Lorraine, you are in my prayers as all of the hurricane covered area. Batten down the hatches, they say. Stay safe indoors.

NanaDiana said...

Praying the hurricane misses you, Lorraine. FL does not need any more hurricanes this year. They still haven't recovered from Ian.
I hope you have a peaceful, wonderful week. xo Diana

Thelma said...

I will be praying for you Lorraine. We are in its path here in Eastern Quebec, Gaspe with high winds and freezing rain on the weekend. I did get some roof damage from Fiona. Stay safe. Thelma.

M.K. said...

I've been thinking about you with the approach of this storm, since you're on the east coast of FL. I hope all is well, and that it passes quickly. Stay safe!