It’s Monday afternoon and I’m sitting here glued to my computer watching footage of the damage Hurricane Dorian is causing in the Bahamas. I’m saddened to see how Mother Nature is destroying the lives of the people who live on this chain of islands. I’ve been through one hurricane (Hurricane Hugo in 1989, when I lived in North Carolina) and saw the devastating effects of it (50 miles from the eye of the storm) when a large tree ended up IN my den. The noise of the storm was so loud at the time that I didn’t even hear the…
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