Hurricane Irene

NAGS HEAD, NC - AUGUST 25:  Fen Rascoe boards ...Image by Getty Images via @daylifeThe sky is grey turning to black.  Rain’s spitting on us, and the winds are quickly beginning to kick up.  Overhead, the variations of grey in the clouds show us how they’re circular around us, moving counterclockwise.  Yes, folks, we’re battening down for Hurricane Irene.  We’ve got nearly two cases of bottled water, we’ll have more than a tank full of propane, our cars are filled up and we have enough food to last us for a few days.  Short of evacuating, I’m not sure we can be more prepared.

That being said, we realize that higher than our chances of being flooded or sustaining wind damage is the chance that we’ll lose power.  Obviously, without electricity, I will not be able to respond to emails or process orders as usual.  I’ll still be able to accept orders, and your credit card payment will go through just fine (that’s all done automatically), but there may be some periods of silence.  I’ve asked my web guru Donal to monitor my site’s admin for me, so if any issues come up, he’ll be on top of them.

I’m hoping for the best, that we’ll get some much-needed rain and we’ll all stay safe.  My preparedness kit also includes a lot of books, and there might be some marathon Monopoly games going on, too, should we lose power and cable.  If you’re on the East Coast, please stay safe.  If you’re told to evacuate, then get the heck out of Dodge.  Prayers go out for all of us and the emergency crews already hard at work helping people.

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Hi! Sara here! I'm the CEO and Master Artisan here at Coastal Carolina Soap Co. I started out as a hobbyist and started Sara's Soaps 'n Such, which I owned for 14 years. Coastal Carolina Soap Co. was borne out of my love for the North Carolina coast and its natural beauty, and we're bringing that beauty to you in our soaps and body products.

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