You may not have intended it but your post sounds snarky. I have 2 children in NYC. Honestly, I have been amazed at how nice most people are. I always thought New Yorkers were some sort of alien to live in a city that size (I live in Denver). Both kids are holed up in an apartment in the financial district but have no power. It is difficult to not be able to do anything.
posted on 10/29/2012 7:59:11 PM PDT
Most of the black outs are in lower Manhattan and Long Island. I live in Queens in an area that is on high Ground and my lights are still on and it's not bad here with the wind or the rain. It all depends were you are at. Just staying in and staying dry. Right now they are saying on the news that the high tides didn't get up to the heights they predicted, but the subways are going to be messed up for awhile.
posted on 10/29/2012 9:10:45 PM PDT
To: luv2ski; staytrue
Trust all is well with you, your family and friends. No intent was meant to be snarky...I’m a native New Yorker..lived and worked in the city and burbs all my life, until a few years ago..both my daughters, and their families are in Westchester, and I have many friends having a miserable time with the storm, and the aftermath..
posted on 10/30/2012 8:50:17 AM PDT
(Another reason to vote for Mitt: The Mormon Tabernacle Choir will perform at the WH Christmas party)
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