Use me as a vessel,
to carry you through,
the treacherous waters,
during dark nights.
Let me be your eyes,
when you cannot see,
to guide you to shore.
Let me be your ears,
when the wind gushes so loud,
you cannot hear.
Let me carry you over the bridges,
rivers and oceans ,
so that you may feel loved and protected
from the perils of the storm.
Will you do the same for me?
We need each other.
When one can’t hear,
the other can see,
when one can’t see,
the other can hear.
Together, we can bridge,
whatever storm comes our way,
no mater how big or how small.
Use me and I’ll use you.
We’ve got this you and me!
We have had some outrageous weather conditions in California which you’ve probably heard about if you follow the news. While it’s sad that so many places have flooded, we are long over due and we have been in a drought for so long now and desperately need the rain. When it rains it pours.
We sold our house to my mother and stepdad when we were building a home about 40 years ago and the big oak tree in front of their house fell down. It was so sad but thankfully, no one was injured. Santa Cruz and Capitola had some major flooding and part of the pier collapsed.
Yesterday we went to half moon bay to pick up some door from our painter and the whole block next to him was completely flooded and they are in hotels now. Wild how some are spared and some are not during these natural disasters.
It’s being called The Bomb Cyclone:
SAN FRANCISCO – A powerful and deadly bomb cyclone pounded California with heavy rain and high winds this week and was just one in a series of storms that will impact the West in the coming days. Drivers barrel into standing water on Interstate 101 in San Francisco, California on January 4, 2023.3 days ago
It’s nothing like you all get in other parts of the world but it’s big for us and another one is supposed to hit this week.
This is in front of my mothers house in Menlo Park, Ca.
Over a 100 year old oak tree that is the focal point of the cul de sac
Driving in San Carlos, California
Have a great week ahead. We’re gearing for more storms this week and then doing some damage control and adding french drains in our yard as our tiki bar we just finished has taken a hit with water damage.
On the plus side the lakes should be filling up and hopefully we’ll finally have water at our lake house this summer which is long overdue. It’s up at least a foot at the moment I hear.
Stay safe and be there for each other in all you do!
Blessings of Love,
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