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November 02, 2012


Hi Marie,
I can imagine it was a shocking experience. I'm glad to hear that you are safe, and life is slowly recovering.
Stay safe and warm.

you are still in my thoughts. I came by to check on the progress. smiling for you. stay safe and count those blessings.

I don't understand why they won't let you vote!! You sound like a native and you have all the right opinions about everything! Have you told them that? Sometimes that's enough to get you in.

Okay, I shouldn't have brought that up right off the bat. Let's discuss something else...

In Los Angeles, the firefighters don't wear so much clothing. Just sayin

Seriously, thank goodness for the civil servants, the public servants, the volunteers, and all the people who put themselves in harm's way or work long hours to ensure that we stay as safe as possible.

The other day, since we're talking about me, it bothered me that I have spoken so little in my travels on my blog, instagram, facebook (under an alias), and twitter, about my concern for the victims of this incomprehensible event. I find it hard to address the immutable. Just trying to help as much as one can. But my heart goes out to those who have lost loved ones, pets, possessions, livelihoods, and every day I send out massive good thoughts and volumes of wishes. I was so glad to hear you have electricity now, and heat and showers and food.

Oh, and firefighters.

Gald to hear that normal life will came back to you!!!!!

Glad to hear that things are improving some after the crippling effects of Sandy, long road ahead for many.

Glad to hear that things are on their way back to normal. It's going to be long and hard for a lot of people and every step toward the path of normalcy is a victory. I hope you stay safe and warm.

so glad to hear life is returning. hoefully the gas problem will be straightened out soon. I think many people dont equate electricity with the pumping of gas or they just dont listen. I am really amazed at the amount of "recovery " that has already happened. stay warm. we have been very fortunate 30 minutes inland from Atlantic city never lost power and little damage! the coast is unbelievable. keep us posted!

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