Maureen, I was thinking about you today after watching the news coverage. Good to see you and hear you. I'm luckky to be on Clearwater Beach. It's a clear, sunny day and great to be out.
Hi Carol, You had to rub it in, didn't you? LOL. Glad you're in the sunshine and warmth. All I can say about me is, it's a good thing I like my house because it's all I'm going to see for quite awhile. Thanks for checking in. :)
Maureen, great to to see another Cuse alum weathering the storm in New England. My wife and I live northeast of Hartford and got about 3 feet of snow. Love your articles on syracuse.com
Thanks for finding my Cape Cod website Brian. Hartford is a beautiful city and I believe another Syracuse alum, Denise D'Ascenzo is still on the news there. Best of luck with your 3 ft. of snow. Syracuse trained you well I'm sure.
Enjoyed your reporting while you were here in Syracuse...
Always wondered what happened to you.
Paul it's great to hear from you. You can take the girl out of the Cuse but you can't take the Cuse out of the girl. I'll visit often and maybe we'll run into one another.
Maureen, great that you will be visiting Syracuse often. Think it would be cool if you could "report" from the State Fair with Michael Benny or
Rod & Carrie, love to see you there.
You never know where and when I'll pop up. I just might need to get my fill of the Fair again. Thanks Will and Arvy.
Maureen, I'm really sorry for you and so many other people. That power outage map is amazing. My close college friend just got back into her house in Babylon last week. I was with her the weekend before hurricane Sandy. She had major damage and has been staying with sons for 3 months. She got 18 in. of snow, my other friend got 36 in. on the north shore of Long Island. When I lived there, we got one inch for the entire winter. Strange weather. Stay safe. It's going to rain here for 2 days. We deserve it and need it.
Carol I'm so sorry for your friend and her loss from Superstorm Sandy. Compared to others on the Cape I had it easy with the blizzard, but compared to people whose homes were destroyed, all of us on the Cape were fortunate. It's all relative, isn't it? Enjoy your rainfall. It really is delightful when a tropical rain falls where it is needed.
Good Mornin Maureen, Glad The War Dept. and I found you. The Swamp Critters would like to thank you for taking the crazy weather with you, also. My old homestead in the Berkshires got their fair amount of snow Too. Good Luck and keep smiling.
Denny! I have sorely missed you and the War Department since moving to the Cape. Thank you for tracking me down here. I promise many entertaining observations ahead. I will keep an eye on the news from the Berkshires, which is easier now that I watch Mass.-based news. I hope you are enjoying the sunshine and 70 degree weather in Syracuse now that I put winter on the moving truck and brought it here.
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