So, dear flist, if you need to contact me then txt me. I'll keep my phone on always.
Yesterday I had my students write about Gustav and Katrina, it was Katrina's 3 year anniversary, then I cried over some of the what they wrote. I'm not so much scared of the coming storm, seeing as we've survived worse, but I do feel a bit ill with worry when I wonder if my school will be there when I come back or what if some fool decides to loot our house while we're gone.. Argh! I don't even want to leave. I hate this.
Leaving when the storm hasn't even hit the Gulf seems so ridiculous to me and I feel like the local government is forcing me into it by rerouting the interstates into contraflow. So, there you go.
I'm heading to Georgia, flist, just like with Katrina. Have no idea when we'll get there, as traffic is at a crawl according to the news, but I'll keep you updated as I can. Though, there is one good thing about this.. I'll try to see you tomorrow, cherryscott
Stupid hurricane. Stupid government. I wouldn't leave until tomorrow evening, seeing as the projected track has it not hitting us directly, but since the government is initializing contraflow on the interstate at 4am then it looks like I have no choice but to go now if I want to take the route I'd like to Georgia.