It was this time exactly one week ago, when all of us East Coasters were preparing for Hurricane Sandy. That same time a year ago, we had a big snowstorm that left a lot of us without power, a lot of trees down, but in all, nothing too major. And I think that’s the attitude everyone had going into this storm.
We were wrong.
I luckily only lost power for a day, no flooding, no trees down on our property. We were lucky. Just down the road trees were uprooted, people are still without power, and lots of damage done to people’s homes. To the extreme flooding in NY and NJ, my heart goes out to any and everyone affected by the storm.
t’s never too late to help. Whether it’s donating $10 to RedCross (by texting REDCROSS to 90999), volunteering your time at a local shelter, or donating clothes to people that may have lost theirs in the hurricane. People are still suffering from Hurricane Sandy. Don’t know where to start? Search your state website or do a basic google search on “Sandy Relief” to find ways to help, if you can!
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