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Still Have Power

September 14th, 2018 at 11:35 am

An update, since I'm sure you are curious.

Our area still has yet to go through the brunt of the storm. We are getting a lot of rain and the wind gusts are getting stronger. The worst is expected over the next eight hours or so. We still have power, but we appreciate any prayers for us and all who are in the path of the storm.

11 Responses to “Still Have Power”

  1. Laura Shea Says:

    Thinking of you and hope the power remains on!

  2. Carol Says:

    Thanks for the updates and sending lots of good vibes!

  3. CB in the City Says:

    Thanks for letting us know. You are very much in our thoughts!

  4. MonkeyMama Says:

    Hang in there!

  5. Michele Says:

    Thinking of you and yours CCF. Take care and be safe.

  6. Jenn Says:

    Prayers for you from PA!

    Our next-door neighbors are hosting extended family that were evacuated from the NC coast. We're hoping that their home isn't severely damaged.

  7. Wink Says:

    Stay safe CCF! Prayers to you, your family, and everyone in the path of Florence.

  8. snafu Says:

    Hope you've come through storm and subsequent flooding and power issues without incident. It would be frustrating to be tasked to look after flood damage to a rental you're getting ready to leave. You've been so careful to keep your location secure,I thought you Does the organization have agreement with the media about naming locations during periods of stress like those imposed by nature? It was not really critical to the weather story. I've not a clue. Could it be seen as a period of weakness? Just mentioning.

  9. creditcardfree Says:

    There are many military locations here in the Southeast. It's important for the military to show their presence home and abroad so that the population supports their missions and that appropriate countries see strength despite adversity. The military will not disclose what they don't want to, but they have public relations officers that do work with local media to help the population know what role they will be playing in the storm. They don't necessarily keep locations secret as a whole, I'm sure many of these could easily be determined by a google search honestly. And just because some military installations are under stress from weather, others can take over if that makes sense.

  10. snafau Says:

    sorry, my wretched computer drops lines. I mentioned BBC [British like CNN] repeatedly picked up clips from American broadcasters giving updates and details I mention the various American newscasts mention bases and several times broadcasting from the perimeter, where the storm was raging. These clips like all the others were repeated on BBC during the period of time of emphasis.

    thanks for the update. We're likely all too sensitive and threatened here

  11. rob62521 Says:

    Hope you are still safe.

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