To any of you who happen to reside up here in the North East and have been affected by the destruction of hurricane Sandy, my best wishes go out to you and your family. Although I lost power for 5 days here in Southeastern Connecticut (a few miles inland), the shoreline got hit hard but those of you on the western end of the state and especially Ney York and New Jersey , I cant imagine what you are going through. I finally got power and cable back yesterday and watched the news for several hours and really got a chance to see what happened.........there are no words to express my sympathies.
Thats all. Stay strong and hang in there. And of course whenever possible, put some music on.
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