HURRICANE SANDY

In the wake of hurricane Sandy a lot of us have been directly affected. We hope that those who were affected find the help they need and get their lives back to normal as quickly as possible. Both Nhi and I have been dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
We are currently still without power and have had to relocate for the past few weeks. Because of this, we are unable to post any of our new stories we have to share. We hope you will be patient.
In the meantime, do what you can to help those in need.
Our warmest regard to you all,
Michael and Nhi

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21 Responses to HURRICANE SANDY

  1. eof737 says:

    Sending you virtual {{{HUGS}}} and blessings for stability and a speedy recovery… We lost power for 5 days too, but all is well now.
    Best wishes,
    Eliz

  2. So sorry you have been affected–best of luck to you!

  3. trevor says:

    Wow, take as many afternoons as you need! I’m in no rush, but look forward to your future posts when the power is back in your hands

  4. Levin says:

    Just because it ain’t in the news, doesn’t mean everything’s fine and dandy.

  5. mightwar says:

    I have just been introduced to this site and I have to say that I’m made breathless by your work. You get to people-watch with permission and therefore your observations are intimate. I love the way that your camera captures the little moments and details that make a place “mine” or “ours”. What a beautiful way to celebrate people and spaces.

    Wishing you well with coping with the aftermath of the hurricane. And don’t worry, we will wait. To have such beauty in our lives is worth the wait. 🙂

  6. Fiona.q says:

    who care about your new posts, you taking care of yourselves is the most important thing!!

  7. carrie5011 says:

    Shocked to learn this news! But, thanks for writing. My heart goes out to you both + (all & every one)…from Vancouver, Canada.

  8. ed baynard says:

    stay well and warn

  9. MarinaSofia says:

    So sorry to hear that. My thoughts are with you – keep strong and keep safe!

  10. Michael, my thoughts and prayers are with you and all who are rebuilding after the storm. Be well, xo
    Diana

  11. lumar1298 says:

    I’m so sorry to hear you still do not have power and a home to come home too… My prayers are with you and Nhi.

  12. It has been difficult for those of us outside the area to imagine who in our line of friendships has been affected. If I’ve not sent earlier text to wish you well from the muck of inconvenience Sandy left, I do so now. I hope you two realize improvements soon.

  13. Joy says:

    Our prayers are with you, stay safe.

  14. Hi Michael/Nhi,
    I am sorry to hear that your still out of action. But I do hope that you and your family are all well.
    Myself, Stephen and Reef just moved back in today….3 weeks away, all very bizarre. It is nice to be home. I really don’t think anyone expected it to be quite this bad. I feel so awful for the poor people still without power or homes, just devastating.
    Looking forward to reading more afternoons with……very soon.
    all the best Samantha, Stephen and Reef

  15. Ernesto Ferran says:

    Stay strong..ernesto. Let me know if you need short term housing help Ernesto

  16. Thinking of you and looking forward to more wonderful ‘Afternoons’ when you’re back in action. Regards, Peter & Anne (Sydney Australia)

  17. I’m so sorry to hear that life is not back to normal for you and others affected. My thoughts are with you and those affected. Filio, from Canada, a neighbour to the North West.

  18. Florencia says:

    I hope you came back to youy home as soon as possible. All my love. Florencia from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  19. Hope you are ok. I am from Europe and i was terrified to hear about Sandy. Lots of people here were talking about it. 😦
    Sending lots of good vibes and hope everything will be ok soon.
    With love
    – Jitka

  20. Best of luck to you both, and I hope you can go home soon. As an former New Yorker I was deeply grieved by the photos of the devastation left by Sandy.

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