Monday, September 1, 2008

To Close For Comfort!~~UPDATE~~~~

Updated pic of the projected path(9:30pm) and now she is a Hurricane.
I am hoping she goes far away out into the ocean:(( I know your thinking
this is one paranoid chick but these things really freak me out and I have to
stay calm and unaffected by the news & weather channel because my boy worries just like his MOM and if he senses that I might be worried then he starts to worry and I wouldn't want that:))
Catch ya tomorrow:))

This is the projected path of TS Hannah right now but, as we all know that can change so many times in the course of a few days so I am hoping that Savannah doesn't get a direct hit from this one because I am to close to the coast to be comfortable:))

My heart goes out to all of the people that were or will be affected by Hurricane Gustav I hope and pray that everyone is safe:))

Oh Yeah!!!Happy Labor Day:))
Have a good one!


Missy's Blog said...

I sure hope TS Hannah stays out to sea. We are supposed to get alot of rain from the storm this coming weekend.

The first year we lived in Virginia we were hit by Hurricane Isabel ... the eye went right over Gum Spring. It was scary and horrible! Thankfully we didn't get any damage to our home, but we were without power for several days.

I'm praying for those effected by Hurricane Gustav too ...

Bonnie said...

I feel for the people in Louisianna as it was only a few short years ago Katrina got them. And we are all worried about Hannah, because nobody really knows what path she'll take. We have done so well all year without hurricanes, it's almost like they are making up for lost time. Everyone stay safe and dry.

Andi said...

Oh Cecile...we'll be keeping our eyes on Hannah too. Hopefully she'll head back out in the Atlantic and stay away from land. Stay safe.

Bonnie said...

You know we will worry with you. But as you know anything can happen. Hopefully she will just stay in the Atlantic and go away. Gustav fooled us, maybe Hannah will too. I'm here if you need me.

Anonymous said...

I give thanks for living in Indiana where we just have tornadoes to worry about........and snow.......and.......oh, nevermind.

Anonymous said...

Eeeeeeeeeeeek!!!!!!! ;) Just got back from the Kroger and they're all out of size D batteries. Looks like people are starting to take this ol' biddy seriously. Ugh!

ScrappyGypsy said...

My sister and her family live in Baton Rouge....They got hit hard! Remember them in prayer!