Hurricane Fiona is headed toward the Atlantic Provinces here in Canada. It's a storm that we are being "strongly encouraged" to "take seriously" because the prediction is for category 1 sustained winds and category 2 gusts, along with significant rainfall.
I am not looking forward to this, nor is anyone else. And yet here we are. Nature wins again.
I am scheduled to have the new bivalent vaccine tomorrow just as the storm begins in earnest. I'm not sure whether to go ahead or not; I've read that some people are experiencing extreme tiredness for 24 hours afterward. It feels a little risky to chance that during what is being called "an historic hurricane." But I've looked at the available appointments for rescheduling, and there is nothing in the near future. My last shot was in January, so I am keen to get another as soon as possible.
If the pharmacy doesn't cancel the appointment due to the storm, I will probably go ahead with it.
My mom is going to stay with me for the duration. Maybe she can look after me! As long as she doesn't let the cats into the same room together, it will be okay.
If I'm not answering comments for a few days (starting Friday afternoon) it will be because we have lost power. I'll be back as soon as I'm able.
Being vertically challenged, at just under five feet in height, I felt special when I found this meme (with apologies to the tall people reading):
Of course, tall people also dry out first once the rain has stopped 😄
I know that Marie of Island Musings with Marie is facing this in PEI also. Good luck, Marie.
For the rest of you, I hope you have no storms looming, and have a good weekend.