The past day has been extremely hectic for me, as most of you may know. With Hurricane Irene on her way, all that has been going through my mind is what my hometown, Atlantic City, is going to have to endure the next couple days.
What will the damage to my home entail? Will I lose anything I hold dear to me? Will there be any looting and will it go through my neighborhood?
This leaves me to answer the question that I’m sure at least three of you asked: what’s going to happen to the site?
To answer that? I just don’t know. Writing keeps me sane. But there are more important things in life than this blog. That includes my safety, the safety of my family and making sure stuff stay afloat.
So, if you don’t see any posts within the next couple days (even though I’ll be crazy enough to try and post some way or some how), don’t think I got washed away with the storm. I’m just trying to keep things in order. The main thing that will keep me away from posting will be a power outage. Other than that, I should be good to go.
I’ll end this short post on that note. I just want to say to everyone along the east coast to please be safe. I pray for the best for anyone going through this. I just hope I can go back to Atlantic City Sunday night or Monday and be greeted with as little damage as possible.
If you’re not following me on Twitter already, do so at @Roose_TTB. I’ll be trying to tweet through this whole ordeal, as a reporter and as a friend to those who do know me.
Stay safe everyone and go Phillies.