Wednesday, November 30, 2005

The end of a long and destructive hurricane season

Today is the last day of hurricane season 2005, and Tropical Storm Epslion (the 26th named storm of this endless year) is out in the Atlantic swishing around, making waves and hopefully going no where.

If I thought that mother nature and hurricane's could read a calander and know that today marks the "end" of the season I would rejoice. However, I know this day is like drawing a line in the sand, it means nothing. So even if it's no longer season, a hurricane can develop. Let us hope it won't, but I'm not betting the farm.

Speaking of hurricanes, the insurance adjustor FINALLY came to inspect our house for damages incurred from Wilma. They said it would take 4 to 6 weeks to have an adjustor contact us and it was just about that long.

The good news is we had a nice guy, not the idiots I had heard about, and he was very understanding. Now, let's just hope the insurance company is just as understanding and that they pay us what we need to do the repairs.

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