Dem, I've heard from Kate. THey're holed up and i got hte message not to worry from her blackberry. that was late today. I can vouch for me and kitty unless she all of a sudden got hit by an avalanche (n ot)! just kiddin to liten it up b ecause i'm as nervous as you. They actually moved a bunch of planes from new york to dia (denver internatiaonl airport). so we're good. how u. i'll check back in the morning i'm getting sick again
thanks bb, i am i am glad you guys are ok. i hope you feel better. there are still alot of people not accounted for and i am checking on the post that bonnie wrote. chrissy is suppose to check in but she lives in nj. i hope she is ok. i am not good at this but i am trying
My family tree must have been an oak because all my relatives are nuts.
I'm safe and sound, although my aunt has to repair her roof, and driving around I saw BIG tree's down, some across drive ways, others pulling down power lines, but from the looks of it, we are safe here.
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