I woke up today feeling
tired and desperate bright and hopeful to return to NOLA tomorrow upon the dorm’s reopening at noon. Here is what lay in my inbox, a present from the devil:
Welcoming Students and Watching the Gulf
As we continue to prepare for the reopening of campus, we are still monitoring Hurricane Ike, which we have been doing since Tuesday. Originally, Ike’s track was predicted to travel along the east coast of Florida and up the Atlantic seaboard. However, in the last day this track has changed to indicate that Ike may enter the Gulf. If it does, landfall is projected toward the end of next week.
While this current projection is not news we want to hear, it is too soon to determine whether the storm poses a threat to Louisiana or the Gulf Coast. Meanwhile, the university’s leadership group is receiving multiple daily updates from our weather service and is ready to respond quickly if necessary.
I need to go to school. This no-school thing is responsible for 40 blog posts a day, so YOU need me to go to school, too. Please join me in worrying about—I mean—praying for Ike.
3 thoughts on “Cone of I’m-never-getting-back-in-this-car-again, Ike, so back off.”
nikki is on call in shreveport, LA. (kim’s sister)
and with that kind of gas money you could be flying back to europe. rome, anyone?
Good Lord. Is there a similar program at any university in the north?
Nope- that’s why I’m here instead of, like, southern California or New York or something…