if you guys want to see what it looks like here, besides what i was able to capture from my bike seat, check out the galleries on Sun-Sentinel.com. very interesting stuff.
so i spent my weekend at the ho's. we had a nice time, even despite our refugee status. the lovely hoelschers have TWO guest bedrooms and a hot shower they don't get mad at you for lingering in. plus, andrea is an awesome - and thoughtful - cook. i got my yummy veggie cheeseburgers while everyone was eating their steaming plates of meat. :)
alex was stuck since his work and his home are still out of power. ralph and alli both had power and all that but, hey, hurricane party - who can resist that? also, one of andrea's and alli's co-workers, paul, who actually lives quite close to me was there. he is the one who offered up the ride home (after matt laughed at me at length about the fact that i had power at home but no way to get there) even though his place, according to fpl.com, did not have power yet. instant karma for him - by the time he got to his place, it was aglow. :)
this past week has been such a weird one that i can't really figure out what i've said and what i haven't already and i need to go home to wash some clothes! yawn.. tonight is definitely a lazy one. i just wish i had some groceries. grr.