Monday, September 1, 2008

Just because I'm losing, doesn't mean I'm lost

Or maybe it does.

I was fine in Jersey surrounded by others with family down south. It was ok. We reminisced, we made sure everyone we knew was safe (even though half my idiot friends stayed and no matter how much begging would convince them not to). We were glad we were relocated to an area that doesn't deal with this.

Now I'm home and the world continues to revolve. I hate being away from my family during this again. I wasn't with them for Katrina either but at least I was with my two best friends. I hate that such catastrophic events stay with you. I feel like a war veteran experiencing post tramatic stress.

Anyone have a Valium?
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6 comments:

TN Girl Moving To New York City said...

That sucks! I hope your family and friends are okay!!

Jen Kucsak said...

Hope everybody is OK. I cannot beileve all of these storms!

.Nicotine.Queen. said...

Thanks guys!! I really appreciate it. It meant a lot when people I have met here in New York txt'd me.

They are on their way home today to see if they have power. I still think they're stupid for leaving the hotel.

Andie said...

Hey, I'm ok. I'm sure you saw the twitter updates on my blog.

our house is fine, power is finally back and things are good.

ptsd indeed. LOL

shoeaddict said...

What is your Katrina story?

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