At 6:30 am: 79F, partly cloudy, wind NE 13 mph. Rainfall since midnight: trace Surf conditions: from the sound, it is up some overnight. will check after sunrise Tide: incoming, high at 12:05 pm
Not knowing what to expect ahead of this fight or flight event is terrifying for many. I have a very good understanding of the destruction that will be unleashed on where I live tomorrow, yet there is still a knot in my stomach this morning looking at last day of Matthew's pulsing, fateful path toward Florida's east coast. Life's path is all about decisions. Seemingly small decisions, when intertwined with larger ones, may have monumental significance. There have been several situations in my life where decisions, mine or others above me (including God), had potentially life-saving or life-taking consequences. I believe the decision not to leave the concrete block home I live in (one block from the Atlantic) is rationale given the level of preparation made combined with having a good understanding of what is likely to happen where I live. For all who stay, calmly finish your plan ASAP, then help others as time allows.
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