And over prepared I am.
Enough bottled water to fill Lake Michigan? Check.
Candles, matches and flashlights? Check.
Extra gas for the stove, grill, generator and cars? Check.
Emergency chocolate stash? Check.
Liquor/wine cabinet filled to capacity? Check.
Junk food supply too large to fit in pantry? Check.
|hurricane yarn haul|
Yarn Stash upgraded? Check.
Hurricane reading materials available? Check.
|Noro Cowl knit with Malabrigo Rios|
|NC shark cam|
Hurricane knitting, reading and even junk food abandoned? Check!
I've discovered North Carolina's shark cam and can not look away. I'm fascinated and somewhat lulled into an almost comatose state listening to the water and watching the fish maneuver through the currents.
How did I not know this shark cam existed? I am SO excited to have found it. I've been wanting a large aquarium for years but couldn't face the expense or hassle of maintaining one. This shark cam is the perfect solution.
(And no one is harmed when I forget to feed the fish!)
For the past week I've been worrying about having enough food, booze and entertainment to get us through a power outage. It takes a LOT of food and booze to distract me from a lack of Netflix. But I've replaced my need for Netflix with the fish. It's going to take a very special knitting project to distract me from the fish!
But once again, I'm prepared. While hurricane yarn shopping, I picked up a couple of skeins of Malabrigo Rios and a seed and rib stitch cowl pattern from a Noro magazine. I'm set! Between this lovely yarn and the shark cam, I may not even need junk food or booze to get me through the storm.