Getting pretty windy outside and Matthew's not even here yet. A squall coming through it sounds like. Can't see because we're shuttered in and don't want to open the East-facing door. Quite surprised to still have power. I here that the river front in Sebastian and Vero has been getting very choppy and rising. The Indian River County Sheriff's department has been posting pictures. We're watching football just to try to keep mind off of what is coming. It's gonna suck in a couple of hours or so. I just wish this would get over, and really, really hope that Matthew calms down/heads east (great band by the way.) Not sure what impact Nicole will have on it, but will find out next week, I'm sure.
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