Charleston, SC is quickly getting back to normal after Hurricane Dorian. The email I received from the City showed there were only 4 intersections without working lights last night, a major improvement in just a few days. 🙌 THANK YOU to all the linesmen who have been working so hard from many different states. Know how much you are appreciated!!! It is hot and hard work! 🥵🥵 Thank you!
I remember waking up after Hurricane Hugo in 1989 – the devastation, the HEAT. It’s unbearable and overwhelming. We were fortunate to not lose power for long with Dorian (unlike weeks of no power, no water, no phone with Hurricane Hugo) 🙏🙏, but as I mentioned, all around us was without. There are still some people without power, I have to tell you, it is wicked hot here. The heat index is over 100, the sun is strong and the humidity is through the roof, as shown in the image above, we can’t even see out of the windows. The forecast is even hotter for today.
However, we are safe. Our house is fine, we didn’t flood 🙏, we are OK. Still without cable and internet, but so are many others. We walked out and looked at the line that goes to the pole for cable. It almost looks shredded, but maybe It has always looked that way. 🤷♀️
I’m going to get my walk out of the way early and get anything done that needs to be done before it gets much warmer. 🏃🏽♀️
Thankful we made it through this storm, constant thoughts of those who did not.
More ramblings until we are up and running. Thank you for sticking with me! 😉