Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Thoughts At 9:00

Power is out at my house
The sound of trees falling is amazing
This ice storm is historical
There's still a lot more out there
Streaming video on the blog failed
Wow, I got way too much email today
Is the weekend here yet?


Anonymous said...

That was kinda poetic.
Hang in there...

chris buttgen said...

I loved the basic broadcast last night. it was really cool to see the newscast back to basics. great job keeping us up to date. even with the flashlight.

Anonymous said...

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