AFTER THE STORM

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The complete duration of Hurricane Storm Sandy- essentially about Pippa. But you get the idea. 

This was nothing like last year's hurricane. I can't believe we actually to evacuate but I'm glad we did. Our neighborhood was entirely flooded because of the surge. However, so many more neighborhoods have it worse. We truly got lucky. My heart goes out to all those affected. I can't help but think about those little boys- something so tragic. If anyone has heard of how to volunteer for this weekend, please let me know in the comments. I've yet to find a shelter or community organization to let me volunteer this weekend without taking a course. I leave for Indonesia Monday and would like to contribute my help somehow.

If you are around to help in NYC, head to Sarah Zucker. She's got you covered.

xx