Sunday, October 28, 2012

Breaking News...

Due to Hurricane Sandy the Sewing Cave has been dismantled...let's go to the photographic proof...






Sewing machines have been taken upstairs.  Two feet of space has been cleared, just in case and...

...here I sit...waiting...hoping and praying that it won't be as bad as the weather people are predicting...oh and I've scheduled a few posts for the week...just in case! 

...now back to your regularly scheduled programming...

...as always more later!

61 comments:

  1. It's on the news right now. Talking about the evacuation in NY. Hopefully, it'll pass without any damage and everyone will be back to normal soon. Take care.

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  2. Stay safe! I know there are a million things I'd want to elevate if I were in a house, instead of an apt building!

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  3. Take care Carolyn n family!

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  4. Stay safe, hope you are putting your machines and equipment back in their place soon.

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  5. Be safe :).

    It looks like you're already being smart. :)

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  6. Saying a prayer that you and your family will be okay.

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  7. Sending prayers to all. Please stay safe

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  8. Thinking of you -- stay safe and calm!

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  9. Take care and stay safe. We've been hearing about this situation here too.

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  10. Oh, please take care and stay safe.
    Or come to us - we have hurricanes ones in 20-30 years - nameless and very weak.

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  11. I'm watching the weather channel...most of my family and lots of friends on the East Coast. Praying for all of you!!!

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  12. Fingers are crossed and my prayers are with you.

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  13. Wishing you all the best fom the other side of the world. We all do hope the forecasters are being over cautious. Best wishes from New Zealand.

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  14. Hoping you and everyone affected by Sandy are safe and well.

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  15. Sending prayers that you and family will be safe from this storm.

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  16. Praying that the storm stays well away from the coast. Fingers crossed!!

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  17. Thinking of you from Australia. Stay safe and good luck.

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  18. Sending prayers your way Carolyn!

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  19. Oh I hope it's not too bad! Stay safe!

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  20. Hoping it all goes well for you and that you stay safe!

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  21. Stay safe. Will be thinking of you!

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  22. Sending hope, concern and care - yes, that supernasty storm is headline news even down here in little New Zealand.

    I'm so relived to see that you, dear Carolyn, are so well prepared and safely at home.

    Sending love and many storm-proof huggles, Michelle down under in Wellington, NZ

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  23. Carolyn, I know you are not far away from me and it's looking to be a bad day here. Glad you can move the important things upstairs = and yourself too, of course. Stay safe and dry as we weather Sandy.

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  24. stay safe and dry Miss Carolyn!

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  25. Good luck, stay safe and dry.

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  26. Take care - my thoughts and prayers are with you Carolyn. Be safe. And keep that fabric dry!

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  27. Praying for all my friends in the northeast...

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  28. You are smart to take precautions. Water always wins. We tangled with Katrina and lost. Be safe, don't take any chances and know that there are many, many prayers winging your way.

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  29. Good luck with Sandy! hopefully you won't get water in the house.. sending prayers and thoughts your way and towards the whole east coast!

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  30. I'll be waiting to hear that you're okay and praying for your safety. Do take care of the irreplaceable you. They'll still be making fabric and books and sewing machines but there's oly one you. That said, I hope your studio comes out the other end safely if only so you can get back to the stress release of sewing ASAP. I'm so thankful for what sewing has added to our lives - creativity, stress release, focus, friends. It's a long list. HUGS

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  31. Good luck and stay safe! We're crossing our fingers here in NYC!

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  32. It isn't so much that water comes in, it is that the water is polluted. Everything it touches has to be thoroughly cleaned and some types of materials can not be cleaned enough to use again.
    If you do get water make sure to move your books as they will mildue or mold will grown very quickly.
    Our city flooded in 2008 and we learned a lot about what flood water can do. Stay safe and I hope you remain dry.

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  33. Oh, prayers from here for your safety! We're far enough inland in NC that all we expect to get is wind and --ack! -- snow. Drag out some of your woolens to wrap around yourself should the power fail.

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  34. Phew! I think we're all watching and worrying with you. I hope it all comes out well.

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  35. Be safe Carolyn !
    Hugs from Nova Scotia, Aileen

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  36. Praying for you guys up North. Be safe and keep dry.

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  37. Stay safe Carolyn. My thoughts are with you and your family. There's been a frenzy of shopping for water, non-perishable foods and batteries here in Ontario too. Hopefully I won't have to go through the exercise of moving everything - I can only imagine how much work that is, and how worried you must be about the outcome of it all! Hopefully soon it will all be just a distant memory.

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  38. Take care and prayers to keep you safe.

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  39. Hope the storm passes you by. ~Sewjourner

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  40. Sending love, prayers and wishes from the UK. I hope you will be safe, we have a lot of coverage on the news here and it looks to be incredibly frightening. I hope it passes quickly for you.

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  41. Be Safe! Your in our prayers!

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  42. I hope that you and your family stay safe Carolyn. I will be thinking of you over the next 12 hours. Let's hope the weather forecasters are wrong.

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  43. Thinking of you and your neighbors during this monstrous storm. Take care and stay safe! :)

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  44. I feel sick with worry for everyone on the east coast. Praying for you and everyone else. Stay safe.

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  45. Best wishes from France.Be safe,

    Nadine

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  46. Oh Carolyn I do hope you (and the sewing room) are OK and stay safe. Am watching it on morning TV in Australia, as storm comes to Manhatten. All the Best!

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  47. Oh I do hope you are alright, the news sounds so frightening from the other side of the world

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  48. i'm watching all this unfurl from afar on our morning news and am checking in on my favourite bloggers. I'm glad your sewing stash is safe, my thoughts are with you and your family

    xx

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  49. I hope all your preparation is for naught. From what I am hearing, you are wise to be prepared. Stay safe.

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  50. hope you are ok. Watching the news here and it looks scary.. good luck for you and your family

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  51. Popping over to check on ya! Been thinking of you all day! Hope the worst of it just passed you right on by.

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  52. Hope you and yours are doing well. I've been watching the news and New Jersey seems to have been hit very hard . . .

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  53. Hey Lady! Sending a prayer your way. Hoping you're ok. Stay safe!!!

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