Monday, October 29, 2012

Hurricane Sandy...

Prayers to all in New Jersey and New York and everyone in the path of Hurricane Sandy. This is a massive storm of over 1000 miles wide. We live on the southern coast of Rhode Island and flooding along the coast of our town has already started. We are about 5 miles from the coast and not in the flood zone, but power outages are pretty much expected.

I hope everyone stays safe and out of harms way...




~Karen~

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  1. Sending prayers from Texas for everyone in the storm's path - stay safe, and hopefully stay warm and dry.

    Patty

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  2. Praying for all of you and hoping you all stay safe and warm..

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  3. My daughter is in Brooklyn NY and all subways are closed and most bridges will be by end of day. My prayers are with everyone as well. Believing God to take good care of everyone. ((hugs))

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  4. Bill went into work this morning. I hope he heads home before they close the bridges!

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    1. Not sure where you are but NBC just said they're closing NY bridges at 2pm.

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  5. We've been watching this storm too. Although we live in Florida, we get the Hurricane updates from NOAA. This storm looks monstrous. Take care.

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  6. Dear Karen, I have been watching the storm build via English televison. Please stay safe and secure. I am thinking of you and your family. Warmest wishes Daphne

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  7. We are about the same from the coast, so in a dry area. Wickford is already flooding from the high tides.
    We got everything done and the generator all set to go, so hunkering down with some projects to keep me busy.

    Debbie

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  8. Please be cognizant of the rainfall and possible flooding even in areas not prone to flood. Wind can knock debris into blocking the water's path into sewers and cause flooding where there usually isn't flooding. I'm sorry but that's a hurricane fact of life here in NC and my Mom gene makes me tell you... I hope you're all safe and sound and not terribly impacted. Know that we'll all be thinking about you.

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  9. What a storm. Praying you will be safe, as well as all in the path of Sandy.

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  10. Thinking of you and all those in the path of Sandy and the Frankenstorm. Lots of prayers being said!

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  11. We can only watch, but it's a very big storm! Even we at the other side of the Ocean gets updated.

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  12. Stay safe Karen and sending up prayers for all in the path of Sandy.

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  13. I hope everything will be OK for you Karen!

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  14. That's a pretty scary picture to see something that huge bearing down on you! Stay safe my friend :*)

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  15. I hope you stay high and dry Karen, take care!

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  16. Take care! I hope all is well with you and your family.

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  17. Im from the UK and we are getting consent update, i hope you all stay safe and and take care.

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  18. Praying for your (& others) safety! Hold on tight!

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  19. Prayers sent from Kentucky. Kentucky utilities already sending crews to help. God is in control always.

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  20. Good luck, Karen! We've sandbagged the doors, gotten everything in and everyone's home now. Just praying now near Philadelphia!

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  21. Best wishes for a safe and uneventfull storm. Hopefully everyone will be prepared to stay put or have already evacuated before the worst hits.

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  22. My thoughts are with you - be safe. oriel from New Zealand.

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  23. Stay Safe! I'm sending prayers and positive thoughts your way!

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  24. Praying for you and all who are in the path of this storm.

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  25. Prayers be with you. We are coastal Delaware.

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  26. Take care and be safe! We are in MD near the Chesapeake Bay. We are getting hammered and the worst of it hasn't arrived yet .Prayers to New Jersey and New York and everyone on the coast.....

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  27. Sending prayers your way - stay safe!

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  28. Stay safe! I'm in MA and we're experiencing high winds. STill have power but it's flickering!

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  29. Keeping you all in my prayers. Please stay safe!!

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  30. Stay safe! We just started getting the rain here in PA a little while ago, but the town I grew up in on Long Island started flooding this morning! I hope Sandy goes easy on us!

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  31. Will pray for your family (and all those in the path of the storm)! Hope it passes quickly and you are safe again soon.

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  32. We're following the news of Sandy and now the storm since it's been down graded. Hope all in the path keep safe. No power loss and not lots of rain. xo

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  33. I live in France but I constantly get updates of your terrible storm. I will keep my fingers crossed for you and your beloved ones.

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  34. Sending prayers from Louisiana! I have been watching, and I hope everyone can stay safe during this mess of a storm.

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  35. Take care, hope everything will be ok for you. Sandi from Queensland, Australia.

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  36. I also pray that everything will turn out OK. I have been there a couple of years ago and you are all wonderful people. Stay safe and you will be in my thoughts and prayers. Pauline New South Wales Australia

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  37. yes, prayers to those in Sandy's path. We are in north Alabama, and fear getting some of the after-effects here. Everyone please stay safe and secure.

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  38. Prayers headed your way, seems like not very long ago you were dealing with this. Hopefully not as bad as the last time.

    Jodi

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  39. Thinking of you and all others in the path of Sandy. Hopefully, the damage will be minimal and the aftermath easily handled. Take care!
    I am in Wyoming so not even close, but my daughter's in-laws are in Pennsylvania and North Carolina. Prayers to all.

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  40. Prayers and thoughts going to everyone in the path of this horrific storm.
    Stay Safe & Warm!
    Prim Blessings
    Robin

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  41. Thoughts and prayers are with you from the UK.
    Keep safe.

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  42. Hupe you and yours are Ok. Kises and hugs

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  43. Dear Karen,
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and family. My family survived hurricane Katrina and her aftermath and destruction. We lived 27 days without electricity. What you are going through will be different as you will be dealing with the cold and we delt with ex stream heat. Hope you stay safe and keep us posted.
    Praying for your safety,
    Shan Miley

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  44. Hi Karen, Saw the devastation Hurricane Sandy has caused from our side of the world (South Africa). My prayers and thoughts go out to everyone who is affected. Hoping that you and your family are safe. hugs Sharon

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  45. The storm certainly did look fierce - sending prayers that all is well and that you are safe.

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  46. Hi! Stopping in to invite you to join us at the Clever Chicks Blog Hop this week!
    http://www.the-chicken-chick.com/2012/10/clever-chicks-blog-hop-6.html

    I hope to see you there!
    Cheers!
    Kathy
    The Chicken Chick

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