Saturday: Hurricane Warnings Up Again

hurricane Lee

Saturday is turning into Sunday. And there are three storms spinning in the Atlantic Ocean tonight. Jose is spinning off the East coast of Florida and will skim past Bermuda heading very close to Massachusetts and Rhode Island, coming ever so close to Atlantic Canada South of Nova Scotia.

Maria, on the other hand is going to be another dangerous storm for the Caribbean Islands that were flattened last week by hurricane Irma. All Maria is going to do is move the wreckage of Irma around the already destroyed islands.

Irma flattened the most picturesque and beautiful islands in the Leeward Area. Maria is going to track over already destroyed land, and pound over Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic and Haiti.

Lee is tracking right behind Maria but may not come close to the island chain that Maria is going to pound again. The forecasts only run through Thursday next week.

This hurricane season is going to go down in history.

This evening, I completed the insertion of writing that goes all the way back to 2006.

That is a lot of time spent writing.

I also added the entire library of images from the sites I had been running up unto a couple of weeks ago. All those sites are now closed and deleted from the system.

I’ve collected years upon years of images along with my academic writing when I was studying Religion and Theology and my Pastoral Ministry Degrees.

I will add a search feature on the sidebar, if you are so inclined to read some of my better academic papers. I have to say that even today, I am amazed at the level I was writing, even if I did not make it through my Master’s Degree.

I just did not have the ego to go with my classmates back then.

I was sober, they were not. Sad that when people cross from their Bachelors into a Master’s their heads swell and their egos grow through the roof. Something I could not understand, because I did not get the same memo that they must have received.

I am all the better for it today.

More to come.

Pray for the people of the islands, the people of Texas and of Florida. They need all the help and support they can get.

Remember you can always donate to The Red Cross and other disaster agencies that are working very hard to bring much needed supplies to the islands and to those point of need in the United States.

The government may talk big words, but when it all comes down to brass tacks, people won’t get half of what they really need because of greed and politics.

Donate. Give. If you can.

Please and Thank You.

Good night.

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