The back porch was already soaked from the wind and rain first thing this morning.
|Looking at the back yard through the screened-in porch.|
The flower garden, as seen from the back porch.
|Flower garden at the beginning of Hurricane Sandy.|
We have several big trees in our yard that we are concerned about. Many of them drop branches even in mild storms. We are hoping they can withstand the almost 90mph winds that are headed our way.
|One of the big trees in our yard.|
Izzy wanted to check things out early this morning. Don’t worry, she wasn’t in any danger. This was taken before the winds picked up. I would never put one of my darlings in harm’s way!
|Izzy surveying the situation.|
This bird was trying to weather out the storm this morning in one of the birdhouses on our shed/workshop. Haven’t seen him since about 10am, though. I hope he is safe.
|A bird trying to weather the storm.|
I took this picture through the back door looking just a few minutes ago. The winds have blown in the screen on the screened-in back porch.
|The screen coming off the back door.|
As I mentioned in my last post, I spent a lot of time this weekend bringing in my potted plants. They are safely sheltered in the greenhouse, or at least I hope they’re safe!
|That’s Molly’s fuzzy paw.|
Izzy is hiding under the slipcover in the living room (this is where she hides whenever she gets scared). Like we wouldn’t notice the big lump on the sofa!
|Izzy under the slipcover on the sofa.|
The wind is kicking up more and the power almost went out. Think it’s time to shut down the computer.