Before the Storm
I've grown fond of the Sunshine State, have reveled in its west coast beaches and marveled at its subtropical clime. And now I feel downright protective as it faces a category 4 storm.
Florida seems a large part water anyway, with its swamps and lagoons. How can it withstand this without serious damage to its roads and homes and shores?
I'm sending sunny thoughts Florida's way, in hopes that this passes quickly, that damage is minimal and the sun soon shines again.