Weathering Frankenstorm Sandy

Unless you are living up Sandra Dee’s skirt, you are well aware of the ferocity and catastrophic damage potential this hybrid freak storm may cause.

This may be my last post for a while, so I figured I’d go out with a bang.

Vegetarian noms

Organic beet, onion, and white potato mash mixed with a tad of Smart Balance and sea salt

You know I love sweet marketing šŸ˜‰

We’ve got survival supplies, yes we do!

Also, unpictured…semi-sweet chocolate chips and a bunch of hard boiled eggs.

If you were wondering, yes, I absolutely am freaking out about not having any kinds of greens besides the skins of an apple to add nutritional value to my “storm diet”.

If you are in Sandy’s path, please heed the warnings and stay safe. As someone who optionally and passionately chooses to study weather, this is not something to be taken as a gust of wind. No sensationalism required!

Hopefully I’ll see you sooner than later!

xoxo,

Peace, love, and survival modes!

~C.C.D.

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2 Responses to Weathering Frankenstorm Sandy

  1. Thoughts and prayers send your way missus! Hunker down and stay safe! <3

    • choc3178 says:

      thank you my dear! love all your support and tweets šŸ™‚ We are up in north jersey, so not as badly hit as the shore areas, but still…we had 80 mph winds that took down power lines and sent trees flying on top of homes. Scary stuff, but pales in comparison to other places. I am so thankful and lucky! Now to help all those in the more affected regions!

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