Hurricane checklist.

Hurricane Sandy is coming to my house tomorrow (allegedly), so my car insurance company sent me an emergency check list of things to do in preparation. But it was all super boring and not helpful. They want me to  create a Family Emergency Plan and take loose objects out of the yard. That’s silly and my Dad already did that! (respectively)

Here is my revised and more relevant list:

– Put back-up battery in alarm clock so I don’t have to reset it if we lose power. CHECK!

– Charge camera, in case something interesting happens. CHECK!

– Charge Kindle, in case I can’t find a book on my shelve worth reading (and because the book I’m currently reading is on said Kindle). CHECK!

– Buy $75 worth of assorted batteries to fit in my assorted flashlights (did that in August!). CHECK!

– Nap? Because all that prep work was exhausting. Happening now!

Now I just have to hope that if Massachusetts declares a state of emergency they do it before I leave for work in the morning.

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2 Responses to “Hurricane checklist.”


  1. 1 Brittany October 28, 2012 at 8:08 pm

    Yikes! Everyone’s hurrying and panicking about it here in Pennsylvania, so I can’t even imagine the sort of damage you’d have to prepare for in a coastal state like yours! Be safe!


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