I woke up late this afternoon; of course from a nightmare. Or am I still in the nightmare? Things are blurring together now and I don’t know if I can tell what’s real any more.
When I popped open my laptop, this message nearly stopped my heart:
First of the Year’s Snowstorms Expected to Cripple Philadelpha
A massive snowstorm that has devastated the city of Halifax, Nova Scotia and most of the state of Maine is now heading for the Northeast U.S. Coast. This storm is expected to break all-time snowfall records for Pennsylvania – Philadelphia (14.8 inches), Pittsburg (13.1 inches) and Scranton (13.8 inches). Many residents have been advised of an emergency curfew and restricted to their homes and off of roads. Officials fear for extensive power outages up and down the coastlines.
Every light and lamp I own has been plugged in and turned on in my tiny bedroom. My four somewhat used and somewhat sharp kitchen knives are laid out on my bed. The .380 pistol my brother in New Jersey bought me lays in my lap like a pet, a twisted replacement for Rayray.
The coffee table gave up its life to be nailed into the wall and placed across the window. The doors are all locked.
My thoughts race around the last line of the article. Officials fear for extensive power outages…
Deep down, I don’t believe any of this will be enough to stop him. He’s coming. I don’t know why or what he wants. But… this is the fourth day!
It has snowed all night so far. Worst case scenario would be if the pow
Taken and reposted from Amara Rico’s Facebook Page – January 29th, 2016
The above posts from Rosalina Rico were the last entries on my sister’s laptop. A welfare check made on January 25th by the local authorities found her apartment door open; snow and mud covered a lot of the living room. It seems that the door had been open during most of the three-day storm.
One officer at the scene relayed to me that they did find three bullet holes in one of her bedroom walls.
Her family prays for her safety and requests any help or information you can give.
Please call 1-888-772-6600 — 24 hour hotline.