I just got back electricity Thursday night and had lost electricity Sunday when the hurricane hadn’t even arrived! I was petrified all the way while my southern husband was taking it calmly. Flooding all around us. The palm trees swayed like rubber bands in the wind.
You can imagine how SEXY and all dolled up I was looking and smelling even with cold showers. It was rough!!!
It was probably one of the worst ones I have ever endured and it didn’t end well. While I am grateful to be alive,in good shape and we still have a roof over our heads and my sweet beauty cottage survived!
Hurricanes are exhausting and the stress shows on your body and remains on your face.
Please CONTINUE to Pray for Florida and the other places hit by the storm….we need it.My friends and some clients STILL DON’T HAVE power or means to take a warm bath or shower.Gas was a problem and so was food but slowly people were able to open their small and large businesses.
What I also realize is I continue to be one tough cookie and with a luscious lipstick I can conquer all!
It is the day after the hurricane and I couldn’t be happier. We survived and our house was not touched. The palm tree palms are all over the lawn and leaves but that is it. We did not lose electricity and in our area we always do when a storm hits.Many of my friends and clients have no electricity at all.We were LUCKY.
Our neighbor across the street has a house with a tree in it now!
After the city officials told us that we could drive over bridges. We went ahead and checked on my charming beauty cottage.No new damage since the last hurricane a month ago that we are still awaiting repair.But just as we surveyed everything in and around the property…I discovered a blown out front window.
Had to call in my handy man and he boarded up my cottage and were all set until Monday. We were LUCKY HERE TOO as I am located in a business neighborhood not in a strip shopping center or mall. I am under a 500 year old beautiful & majestic oak tree! I am always afraid of the tree falling.Everyone thinks owning a business is so easy but it is not especially at times like these.When thing like this happen and you worry about every thing.My business is like having a child.
When we drove back home we discovered many stop lights out,trees down and lots of debris.More people with put lights and issues with their homes.
So, now were gonna chill…it has been a stressful three days.By the way, if you have never seen a hurricane. It is tough and it isn’t a just a few hours of storm it is a day a few days process and then the after the storm it is still windy and rainy.Kinda depressing too.And the weather man or woman says over and over “STAY indoors and honker down”. We don’t want to hear those words for awhile.
Hope you have a beautiful weekend whatever you do all over the world.Thanks for following my blog as usual or reading it.
I appreciate it and love sharing the days of my beauty filled life and adventures with you!
Do you have something on your face or body that looks like a mole,a sunspot,red splotches or is scaly or itchy?
DON’T ignore these symptoms and play or avoid the doctor. Last night I mingled a fashion event and spoke with several people who found out I was in the beauty and skin health business.
They told me they had family members or friends who ignored the signs on their skin and are no longer with us.
Rosacea,psoriasis,rashes,raised every changing spots,hyperpigmentation they all are not cancer but they do need to be looked at.A prescription recommended and a plan of action to help you on your way to healthier skin!
See a PRO and get a skin care check up every year. Doctor knows best!
On a personal note I SURVIVED squamous skin cancer …I was one of the lucky ones. It all started with a tiny beauty mark like spot.