Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Stuck becacuse of Sandy

Just wanted to let you all know that Nathan and I are still in Nashville.  We missed the last flight to NY by 12 minutes on Sunday.  On Sunday, they said the earliest we would be getting out would be Wednesday early in the morning.  It seemed like forever but now we have no idea.  We are staying with our dear and generous friends Lisa Quillman Coviello and Dave Coviello.  Sadie is with my  mom.  My mom lives in a high rise; there is no rain damage and they are nice safe.  I have lots to say about reunion and your many responses to my last post.

Everyone in dangerous areas we are thinking of you.  Please stay safe and make smart choices.  No need to do anything but stay home and relax.

Sending love and safety to all,
Elisa & Nathan

11 comments:

  1. Glad all is well and Gramma is getting some extra time with Sadie.

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  2. Keeping you all in prayer. Thanks so much for your post. I was wondering, worried about you all! Looking forward to your updates. Lots of love, an admirer in Florida.

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  3. Very happy you are safe. I still pray for your family every day and hope you were able to enjoy your reunion knowing your daughter was safe.

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  4. Glad you all are safe and I hope you had a great reunion! You two deserve a great time!!!! BTW I am glad Sadie is with her grandma, and I bet getting spoiled a little by grandma too - I think they like doing that!!!! They can send our kids back!!! Be safe too! :)

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  5. Still thinking of and praying for you and your family often in Oklahoma. I look forward to your updates!

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  6. I'm glad you are out of town for the hurricane. It has not been pretty. Bring sunshine with you and spread it over us when you return as we will do for you two. Karen

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  7. Happy Thanksgiving to you all, hope you're all having a lovely day. We give thanks for all your comments and wish you the very best.

    Geraldine
    Spain

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  8. I am a Vandy Grad, class of '98. We have some mutual friends though, I don't think we ever really met. I can't really say anything that I'm sure you haven't heard before but, even so, know that there are new people everyday that your story touches, inspires, and helps them to face the challenges they have in life (however big or small) everyday. Thank you for sharing your story when it was or is no ones other than your own. Thank you.

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  9. At family first we are committed to choice in education. Accordingly, family first support the introduction of educational vouchers allowing parents to spend the vouchers at whichever school they see fit.

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  10. I am so sorry that you guys missed your flight. I can only imagine how frustrating that must be. Thank you for your well wishes to the people who are in bad spots. We need to send all the positive through and prayers that we can manage.

    from Amber Stone at Split-Site PhD

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