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Marilee J. Layman

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01:31 am: Rearrangement

I went to sleep late this morning and I'd like to get up at a reasonable time tomorrow, so I'm going to just do the solitaire and go to bed. The non-fiction book I'm reading gets one more try and then I'm taking it back to the library and moving to SF for a couple weeks.

Spirit is eating when I push bits of wet food in her mouth, but still not pooping, so we may go to the ER vet soon.

More and more places are damaged, but still nobody is hurt.

Now we ready for the hurricane -- all the tracks look like the western line goes right over us.

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From:ritaxis
Date:August 25th, 2011 05:40 am (UTC)
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I'd be a bit more worried about the hurricane than the earthquake. I'm still surprised that you all seem to have gotten away with so little harm, from a fair-to-middling sized quake in an area with no earthquake traditions. But hurricanse -- well, they go on and on, and an earthquake is over pretty quickly.
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From:mjlayman
Date:August 26th, 2011 02:06 am (UTC)
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I've lived through plenty of more violent circular storms, so I'm already prepared -- the chair and table on the porch are inside and all my empty tupperware things are full of water. We've had two here in the almost-20 years I've owned this condo, and I didn't have problems, even though some of my neighbors did. Oh, and I have windup flashlights/radios and a windup phone charger.

Less harm is: 1. our rock is cooler than yours, and 2. is that it's solid rock rather than scrum.
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