When you have no electricity, the moon shines brighter.
I’m writing this Monday afternoon on my little phone while I charge it in the car so don’t know how this unedited photo looks. But I was so excited to see the moon a couple nights ago. Even though we don’t have electricity, my family home had no damage and Hurricane Florence is gone. I’m saddened by the loss of life, human and otherwise. I’m thankful that so many have come here to help.
We found a restaurant open yesterday evening. There was a line waiting out the door. They were extremely busy because so few places were open. Same thing today except the line was even longer. But every where we we’ve been since the hurricane, people have been patient, polite, and quietly friendly – thankful to be safe and to have something to eat in a place with air conditioning.
I’d like to share a good news story from the larger media. Let’s see if I can do that.
I don’t know if it worked as my phone is very slow. It’s a story about someone rescuing animals from rising water. Please don’t leave your pets in a disaster. Make arrangements. Figure it out.
But this is Good News Tuesday, so let me end by saying THANK YOU to all the many helpers!
The faithful moon came out again this evening and peeked between the treetops. Maybe it will light up the backyard.
I miss reading your posts and look forward to catching up eventually. In the meantime, I’m thankful for your prayers and good thoughts and thankful too for moonlight, sunlight, gentle breezes, candles, peanut butter, and a place to call home.