Knowing that someone else is thinking of you, especially during a time of distress, is one of the greatest feelings a person could ever have: knowing that there are actually people out there that actually do care. And you didn't have to chase them down time after time to stay in touch. They came to -you-

During the storm, many people took time out of their busy schedules to contact me, to reach out, to find out how I was doing. Some chose a phone call, others FaceTime (you know who you are), while others chose texting and Twitter.

No matter the method, these people gave me a feeling that I was appreciated. Appreciation. That warm fuzzy feeling.

To show my appreciation to everyone I decided to showcase some of the messages I received. Please have on mind that my gratitude extends not only just the people below, but way beyond. You all know who you are.

I wish to thank everyone for your heartfelt concerns, wishes, and prayers for not only myself, but for all of us affected by the super storm.


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