Safe Shelter

My son and his family left Atlanta ahead of Hurricane Irma and have done very well in Virginia. Having heard that things are OK in their apartment building, they are going back home tomorrow. I’m so glad they left Atlanta. It was challenging to watch The Weather Channel and see that storm headed straight for their house, and there was nothing I could do about it.
On the other hand, I haven’t heard from my daughter ever since she sent me the “I hate you” text a few weeks ago. I heard  that she might be in some trouble, and she hasn’t contacted her son lately, so I don’t know how she is doing. I don’t want to know the details because I will worry. And I’m sure I’ve heard a version of the same sad story many times before. To connect this to the hurricane, I feel like I’ve been watching a storm headed straight for my daughter, and there’s nothing I can do about it. I hope she finds a safe place for shelter.

2 thoughts on “Safe Shelter

  1. Your daughter needs to go thru hell the bottom of life. I have told you many times let her go. She is an adult. She acts like a child. Quit rescuing her.
    I am a patient at university medical center in Omahs. Total hip replacement. Had hardware taken out last August. Onlly held a week so transferred to here for total hip replacement. Rogu goig going. Hope legroom to a rehab place in Grand Island. Please let the leadership of Anna know. Thanks

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