Monday, September 06, 2010


The Friday Five at RevGalBlogPals is posted on Fridays. This past Friday's questions were written in the light of the approaching Hurricane, Earl.

Herewith, a Friday Five about the storms of life:

  1. What's the most common kind of storm in your neck of the woods? Thunderstorms. We are geographically in an area that isn't in the path of tornadoes or hurricanes very often. Blizzards are rare, but thunderstorms are relatively common (compared to all of the other kinds of storms). They are especially disconcerting when the are accompanied by a very strange green sky or high winds.
  2. When was the last time you dealt with a significant power outage? I can't really remember. The major problem associated with storms in our city is that our viaducts and a couple of main roads flood in storms. We sometimes have power outages -- usually when a tree falls on a line or a transformer blows. We've even had one power outage only on our side of the street.
  3. Are you prepared for the next one? I suppose. I know where the flashlight, batteries and candles are.
  4. hat's the weather forecast where you are this weekend? Since it's Sunday, instead of the forecast, I'll say that the weather this weekend was terrific. Cooler, clear. I even wore a jacket last night to walk the dog. My kind of weather.
  5. How do you calm your personal storms? Ha. I don't know.



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