Here He comes.
We are prepared as we can be. We have plenty of water, canned goods, ice, gas, and diapers. It’ll be rough with two fourteen month olds without electricity and/or water if it comes to that. Fortunately we never lost water during Katrina thanks to a wonderful guy named Randy so hopefully he can do the same thing this time. I’d rather be without electricity than water.
The crowd at church this morning was slim. I know lots of people are on vacation. Our pastor and the senior adults are in the mountains. I guess others may have been getting ready for the storm.
The television is all Gustov, all the time. It is a powerful storm and apparently will be here earlier than the experts had predicted. We are looking at landfall in the morning now. It does seem as if everyone is better prepared this time. Katrina really taught us a lesson.
I hope and pray that everyone is safe during this storm. Once the clouds and rain set in I will lose my satellite connection, thus, no internet. I'll be back in touch as soon as possible.
“For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind”
2 Timothy 1:7