May 31, 2002
It is not so bad to walk the streets of your neighborhood during the throws of a powerful hurricane. The air is rustled to its peak and the gales thunder through it as the overture plucking at the trees and whipping the leaves in rapid-fire rustle. The rain pelts anything and everything hard and swift, saturating the landscape that is being littered upon by the debris of anything that could not withstand the force of the storm. With all the elements surrounding you, embracing you, and entertaining your senses, the unexpected is often time inevitable, expected to occur for you.