Riley and Quinn
For the second time in less than a week a nor'easter will slam the East Coast. In many areas workers are busy around the clock repairing outages after trees downed power lines when nor'easter Riley hit last Friday. Quinn is not Riley. Though there was no snow here in the city last week, things are not looking as promising as Quinn comes rolling in tomorrow. The upcoming combination of heavy snow and strong winds may lead to additional power outages.
Family, friends, and clients in NJ and CT report more snow days for children as poor commuting conditions prevail. Though people love to live in coastal areas with waterfront views, current climate change has caused them to rethink safety measures and the potential of losing everything. The news out of Massachusetts last night showed the collapse of a sea wall as one home slide into the ocean and another teetered on the brink of extinction. It reminding me of that scene near the end of the film "Inception" where everything slides into the ocean, those part of the illusion cease to exist, while those who created the illusion wake up.
March storms have one upside with warming temperatures, faster thawing, and knowing that the winter is almost over. Sunday the clocks move forward not that it will influence anything in the bigger picture of reality. For today I'm out running errands, rescheduling clients and other appointments.
If you like politics you might want to check out the news about former Trump aide Sam Nunberg who overnight changed his mind and now refuses to comply with a grand jury subpoena in the Russia investigation or the meeting between North and South Korea. Never saw Kim starting WWIII.