So… a hurricane formed down in the Bahamas the week before the luncheon.
Okay, no problem, this storm will be here and gone before the weekend gets here. Or so we thought.
Joquain decided to take his good ol’ sweet time spinning around down there traveling 3 or 4 miles an hour for what seemed like forever. It’s so easy to let oneself be dragged into the panic of a potentially deadly hurricane traveling up the Chesapeake Bay and by 2 PM Wednesday I was wondering if we should cancel.
By Friday the path was forecast far enough away we were comfortable enough to go through with the luncheon. Then we worried about wind restrictions and the Bay Bridge being closed. Thankfully it all worked out.
Dina, Deb, and myself. Thank you, Ladies! Job well done! And thank you to the Corpsman who came in on his day off to check on us, we appreciated your help!
Deb and Dina unloading the cars. One trip did it. A few years back we’d make three or four trips with the carts and they would be three feet high on top and the bottom would be chock full of stuff. Continue reading October 4, 2015 – 4th floor: Hurricanes and Heroes