June “Derecho”

Usually New Jersey doesn’t get bad storms. Not like this. But last Friday, June 29th, a powerful storm ripped through the state, leaving millions without power. Apparently it was strong enough to be considered a “derecho” but that meterology goes over my head. All I know is it thundered a lot, lightning struck a little too much, and winds knocked down trees and power lines. It’s expected that everyone will be restored by this Friday, but in the middle of a major heat wave, being electric-less is less than pleasant.

Hoping and praying for all who were affected ❤ Happy Fourth of July to you!

Until next time,


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