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Celebrating is about sharing, telling stories, talking. It's about eating a piece of cake that a friend made for you, having a glass of wine or savoring a cup of coffee. It's that unknown sensation that doesn't let you get up from the table after eating. It's much more than just placing silverware and plates on a table, it's creating an ambience, a style, a sensation, an unforgettable memory.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

The uncertain visit of Irene



It's been a crazy week in Florida with all kinds of disruptions. First, on Monday they announced a hurricane coming to Florida so I have been preparing for the worst with a positive attitude, hoping that nothing dangerous may come. With that in mind,  I prepared my house for the hurricane and secured the office regarding floodings or strong winds. Of course I got ready with supplies buying the right food, water, batteries, flash lights, candles etc.. I am still deciding whether or not to close completely the house with shutters, just because we have big glass windows everywhere. Not only did I have to worry about that, but to complicate things even more, the earthquake that was felt in NY caught my attention since my son who works on Wall Street was evacuated from his office thinking that it was a terrorist attack. Add to all this the revolving news of TIboli, my mind hasn't been thinking at all around taking pictures of food nor have I even written my Tuesday post. I just hope Irene doesn't cause any destruction and no living life will be affected. 

I had my lunch from Chipotle yesterday while I was running from one place to another.  It is one of the decent food chains and a bit healthier option of fast food. Today the information regarding Irene threats is pointing only towards North East Coast, I think we all have to be prepared and I pray that nothing happens anywhere. 



15 comments:

decocinasytacones said...

Good Luck! Lola. Espero que todo sea muy light, que el huracan pase sin causar mayores molestias....¡Vaya susto lo de tu hijo!, I´m glad everything is fine in NY by now. Take care and keep us informed!.
Beso
Marialuisa

Ann said...

It looks like Irene is going to pass us Floridians by.....I didn't realize you lived in Florida....me, too! I'll have to try Chipotle - we have one near by, I've never been!

Christine's Pantry said...

Be careful!

Lizzy said...

Stay safe...that and your loved ones take priority over blogging :)

Lola Lobato said...

Thank you to all my dear bloggers for caring, we were lucky Irene didn't pass by Florida. I just told my son who lives in NYC to be prepared and I am just wishing it won't make any damage to the northeast or to any human beings..
xoxo

Hester @ Alchemy in the Kitchen said...

Love your shoes, and love your attitude. Sounds like you have prepared as best you can. My parents are flying into Irene in the next few hours. Will be thinking of them so will throw a few prayers your way too.

Lilly said...

Hurricanes are something we’ve never seen here in Holland so I can only imagine how frighten it is once it actually hits you. It seems like you are well prepared.

Ps: you look soooo young in the pics, can’t believe you have a (grown up) son!

firefoodie said...

Love the blog and the lifestyle accessories shop. Heart warming stuff. Have just become a follower. Good luck with everything.

Sarah said...

I have tons of family in NY as well- thinking of you and yours- stay safe!

Emily of The Best of this Life said...

I hope you weren't touched at all by the hurricane!
Just fell upon your blog and love it!

xo Emily

Magic of Spice said...

I hope the destruction passes everyone by...be safe!

briarrose said...

Definitely a crazy week...hopefully you came through the storm well.

Lola Lobato said...

Thanks for the good vibes, I am grateful Irene wasn't that bad. xoxo

mushroom recipes said...

Thanks for informative post about Irene. I am pleased sure this post has helped me save many hours of browsing other similar posts just to find what I was looking for. Just I want to say: Thank you lola and really you live in florida

Chic & Gorgeous Treats said...

Hi Lola! When I read this over heard this on the news, I could only think of one thing. It's scary to have to be prepared for such natural disaster. But it seems the world itself is on self destruction mode. I'm glad to know that you and your family are doing okay. Plus after reading that Washington had an earth quake, my mind just went blank too. Do take care my friend. Hugs, Jo