Personally we have little damage and have come through the hurricane very well. Many in our little town of 1,700 are still without power. Slowly streets are being cleared and road blocks are retreating. Our post office has been working without lights (we do not get mail delivery) and our fire department is a home to area first responders. Our local diner (NJ is famous for them) is now open for business and even though we can cook at home we have returned to our weekend tradition of breakfast at the Toms River Diner.
I haven't really been taking very many photos but having been looking at many personal photos and videos through FB. I have been spending my time taking care of people, so I am sorry I don't have any exciting photos to show you. We have had some especially beautiful clouds, but I never had my camera with me.
|This was taken on the real Halloween, 2 days after the hurricane hit, taken from a 60 foot bluff above the Toms River, out my front door.|
I am continuing to work on the long fingerless gloves pattern and am making up another pair in Lorna's Laces Solemate yarn I bought on the NYC yarn crawl. I love, love, love the way they are turning out. I tried to finish them last night, but I discovered it is not a good idea to work on a picot bind off when you are nodding off in front of the TV.
|This glove was the inspiration for my pattern.|
I don't know if we will actually have trick or treaters in our town, but I have my back up Reese's Peanut Butter Cups ready (we already ate the Tastycakes!)