Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Still Waylaid by Sandy (and now her little friend's in town)

A moment that should have been about celebration is now about survival. No, that's not one of the stories in the new anthology from Elephant's Bookshelf Press: The Fall: Tales from the Apocalypse, but it could be.

No, I'm still without power, without heat, without phone, without train service to New York, and without much tolerance for those who lord their newfound electricity over those without. And as I type, there's snow falling in my neighborhood, as the latest nor'easter is blowing its way through town to see if he can knock down the trees that Sandy left standing but weak.

Enough about me. How are you all doing?

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Yvonne Osborne said...

Wishing you well.

Matt Sinclair said...

Thanks, Yvonne. As of approximately 7 pm Thursday night, we regained power. A full ten days; at least 240 hours (but who's counting?) There are still hundreds in my area without power -- possibly more than a thousand. Frankly, it infuriates me. But I'm a happy person, and this is not an angry blog.