so um, a hurricane is headed my way.
now would be a good time for anyone who has past experience to throw me some tips in the comments below. do i leave two windows open so i can get some decent cross ventilation in here? no wait. that's tornadoes. are they serious about purchasing canned food? what about all the extra sodium and plain, bad taste?
okay, so i'm worried, but not.
since i've lived in brooklyn, there's been a tornado. it flew past my restaurant seconds after i got to work. moments before the entire sky had been a weird green color. there's also been a bus-stranding blizzard. which didn't seem all that special to me since i'm from buffalo. but it was special to all my friends who had to walk 3 hours to get home that night, because all public transportation failed. i think that one was more the city's fault.
my biggest concern about this hurricane is the flash flooding. have i mentioned i live in a garden apartment? yes? be quiet about it already? right.
the hours leading up to a catastrophic event are the weirdest, aren't they? what would you do if you had 24 hours until a hurricane hit? no, really, what would you do?
my answer, apparently?
oh, you know, i'd blog. work on my edits. go to work.
granted, this weekend's weather is not life-ending. hopefully, it's only another weird, intense weather day in brooklyn. but maybe i'll treat myself to some nice chocolates on the way into work, just for the heck of it. and maybe tonight after work, i'll go dancing. not that it'll be my last time doing it or anything, but it's not bad to have a reminder to make every minute count.
and not to keep boring you with my dance class videos, but they've been such great dances lately (always), i can't not bore you with my dance class videos.
happy dealing with a hurricane east coast. hope to see you safely on the other side.