Norma Jean was scheduled to fly to Virginia to stay with her daughter Allison and granddaughter Lexie for a week, leaving on Tuesday. But she had to change her plans when the airline offered all passengers scheduled to fly Monday-Wednesday the possibility of changing their flight without a change fee. She elected to leave today, Sunday, instead.
Of course this has meant I've been watching the news to see if anything has changed from previous forecasts of this storm, and it seems that the scary parts of this storm only continue to intensify. They are making predictions of it being unlike anything we might have seen before, since the hurricane will be colliding with a Nor'easter and becoming an extratropical storm. Whew!
Many of my blogging friends are also in the path of this huge storm. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it will not be as bad as they are predicting. Anybody else have a sense of foreboding?
Here in the Pacific Northwest we are having a fairly dry day, with clouds and sun, no wind. There's not enough sunshine for me to have the possibility of making a skydive, however.