I had no idea that the flooding was this bad in Atlanta, and especially out in the areas where I grew up. It's almost surreal to look at the picture above and think, "I've driven on that interstate a million times." I can't imagine it being underwater. And what about all those cars just sitting there at the edge of this lake. Did they just get out and walk home?
Honestly, I must be lost in some sort of alternate reality. Literally I had no idea it was even raining there. Heck, it's been beautiful here the last few days. I guess I should call my sister in the morning just to make sure things are okay on her end. From what I've seen, my family and friends are safe over there in Marietta, though I'm sure they're starting to question whether or not they should build an ark.
I'm praying for you guys. And I'm telling my Maryland peeps to life you up as well (Did y'all here that?)
I think tomorrow we might change our lesson a little and talk about Noah. Owen loves Noah. He wonders why we can't live on a boat. Maybe I should suggest to Neil that we move back to Atlanta and buy a house boat.
I'm 30,married with 2 of the most adorable little boys, a beautiful baby girl and a dog named Reese. Neil, my fabulous chemistry-loving, kayak paddling hubbie, loves doing projects around the house and rolling around on the floor with his boys. We've been married 7 years and just bought our second house in Catonsville, MD. I love to save money when I shop and am known amongst my friends as the guru of thrift (that might be more my terminology than theirs). I'm also a day camp director at Grace Adventures Day Camp. I like to cook, plan events, write (hence the blog),shop (hence the guru), & coffee with friends (okay really anything with friends). I also like to just veg out and watch my shows (maybe a little too much). If you want to know more, you'll just have to read.