I was hoping to return to what my life was before Hurricane Sandy came here. The aftermath from Sandy included traffic problems, gas rationing, and sporadic phone service. I was only in the dark for four hours but the restoration of power fried the motherboard in the computer I was using. (My campaign manager’s backup laptop).
Not only did Hurricane Sandy and the gas rationing and long gas lines hamper my campaigning severely, it caused me to skip the Orgies for Abstinence as well as what was supposed to be the opening of a “Habitat for Hotties” complex in Point Pleasant Beach.
Then there was my vacation in Virginia and Thanksgiving at my parents’ home in Washington, DC. I returned home Sunday night only to find an eviction notice on my door. I found a place to rent and paid the security and deposit. I was ready to move in yesterday only to find out that the people who were moving out hadn’t moved out. They were going to move out today, but the snow has postponed it until tomorrow.
I am currently on my laptop working from my car parked in a McDonald’s parking lot. My fingers are numb and the roads are slippery. The nearest hotel is on the other side of the mountain and my car does not climb mountains very well when it’s snowing. (Nor on bright sunny days.) I hope to be able to move tomorrow.
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