"Following where my camera leads me!"

"Following where my camera leads me!"

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Flo is on the way

WE HAVE BEEN EVACUATED. I WILL TRY TO POST WHEN I AM ABLE. EVERYONE STAY SAFE!!
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We know it's coming............we just hope it won't be too bad.

Most of Charleston's prettiest "old ladies" are boarded up in preparation for the hurricane







so many things have already shut down, including all the schools, most all businesses, and all 10 area Wal Marts last night. We found a very few grocery stores doing a very brisk business as people were making last minute purchases of water, paper towels, bleach, milk, canned goods, pet food, batteries, ice, etc.









sand bags in place and ready

Channel 4


the first four gas stations we tried, we found this

WeatherMan Dave is doing a great job keeping us up to date!

a fisherman enjoys a quiet evening before the storm

Wish it could stay this peaceful and beautiful..............
Our prayers and best wishes are that those of you in the path of this bad storm will take shelter, and that you, your families, your pets, and your homes will remain safe. I've received many nice messages wishing us well and telling us that we are in your prayers as well, thank you so much for that!

13 comments:

  1. Your blog is great. I read a lot of interesting things from it. Thank you very much for sharing. Hope you will update more news in the future.
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  2. Dear Debbie ~ you and all in the path of Flo have been in my thoughts and prayers. May all be well.

    Love, hugs & prayers ~ FlowerLady

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  3. Oh Debbie, I have certainly been thinking of you since all this with Hurricane Florence started. Thank you for visiting and the kind words. Now the weather map is showing more of a turn to the left and closer to you. I'm sure hoping and praying all of you down that way will stay safe. Looks like now no one knows for sure where this storm will hit. Love, Henny

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  4. My friend’s daughter, who lives in Point Pleasant and works as a nurse in Charleston, is also staying and riding out the storm there. You will all be in my thoughts as this storm hits land. Take care, and be safe. Let us know how you are as soon as you can.

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  5. I guess you are going to stay and my prayers are with you and yours.

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  6. i have been thinking of you so much!! fingers crossed that you will be safe. "run like hell", good advice!! it looks like everyone is well prepared, keep in touch so we know you are ok!!

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  7. Our prayers go with you, Debbi! And for all my blog friends leaving. Your city is so beautiful. I know that lives are the most important thing of all but I also pray for the houses you all leave behind and for those gorgeous historic buildings in your city.

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  8. So glad that you and your’s have evacuated. We are all praying that this storm will not be as bad as they are predicting.

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  9. I'll say this -- you're a better blogger than I! A cat 4 is coming your way, you're being evacuated and still taking photos of preparations and blogging them. Hats off to you, my friend -- and much, much safety to you, yours and all in its path.

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  10. You're the first friend I thought of when I saw the news of evacuations. You are in my prayers...always! Take care and let us know how you are when you can! Sweet sweet hugs, your buddy Diane

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  11. Oh Debbi, I'm glad you have evacuated and are safe! It looks like Charleston is as prepared as it can be. I know what you are going through my friend. Prayers for you and your family.

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  12. Hope you are safe, Debbi. Things can be replaced but YOU are irreplaceable! Post when you can- praying for you and your area. xo Diana

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  13. I am so scared for you and all others in her path....big hugs and bigger prayers...

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