I am so lucky and grateful for everything in my life. It’s crazy when you turn on “The Weather Channel” and see a Hurricane the size of Texas coming directly to my hometown, Florida. The first thing that came to my mind was, “What are WE going to do?”
Instantly that’s when Survival Mode goes in effect. You don’t know how long you’re going to be without electricity, so the only thing can do is prepare for the worst. Lines in supermarkets were horrible, food/water were gone in nearly minutes and gas was out in all of South Florida.
Even though everything seemed terrible, the one thing I got closer to was, God.
I began to pray every night that Irma wouldn’t come to Miami. If it would’ve come here, this city would’ve been destroyed. Probably even worse than Key West. I don’t know if what I did worked, but Irma shifted West and didn’t directly hit Miami.
I couldn’t be more thankful for waking up everyday healthy and alive.
When natural disasters arise, you begin to appreciate the little things.
You begin to realize that everything materialistic is replaceable.
The only thing you can’t replace is a body.
Thank god, I survived . . .