THANKS Davey Do! Now I have that Carole King tune stuck in my head! LOL! (At least, it's a good tune.
NurseCard - As Tweety already said, it seem that you're in-between that "rock and hard place". I wish you well as your plans to sell your home unfolds. That, in itself, can be stressful. (We haven't been able to sell our home yet, and it's been on the market for over 2 years.)
Tweety - At least from what I'm seeing on the news and "The Weather Channel", it seems to be a matter of which areas of Florida will be hit the hardest by this monstrous hurricane because most (if not all) will be hit by it. If it goes up the middle of Florida, as they're currently projecting, it should slow it down to "only" a Category 2 hurricane. "ONLY"!!! That's still a whole lot of hurricane. But I've been reading friends' posts on Facebook basically stating that a Category 2 hurricane is a "breeze". (Pun intended. . . and they did not use that descriptive word.) Of course, if it tracks up the middle of Florida, my Aunt, Uncle and Cousins will be hit. (But they're going to be hit anyway, no matter where it tracks.) They seem to be doing the best in preparing for this hurricane. Thank you for keeping us posted on how you're doing, Tweety. I'm worried for you, my family and other friends that are facing this beast.
I believe that I mentioned that one of our hospital's Shift Directors is helping out in the recovery process in Houston, "Post-Harvey". She's been giving us updates via Facebook. She's something! She's 67 years young and quite "feisty" . . . full of ideas and energy (sometimes too much! LOL!) She proudly shared that they gave her a nickname already. Because she's "the oldest" (her words). . . and most probably because of her "in your face energy" (my words), her nickname is "Den Mother"! LOL! Yes! Upon her (safe) return to our teeny-tiny hospital, we will happily greet her with that name! LOL!
I'm going to get going now. I'm working the next couple of nights. Although I'm feeling better, slowly but surely, I need to get some rest for this week-end's work. Amy is now experiencing the brunt of this crud. She's managing like she always does. It's as if this freakin' (not quite the word that I want to use) flu season has never ended.
Be well. . . and be safe!