Right in our front yard! Everyone pretty much knew Tropical Storm Isaac was going to stay west of South Florida and enter the Gulf of Mexico. We expected to get some rain and wind but were not prepared with what Isaac left us. We went to bed Sunday evening learning that schools were to stay open as the weather was expected to get better by morning. By the time I woke up after a fitful sleep full of rumbling thunder we found out schools had been closed.
I thought the worse was behind us as it poured and stormed the entire night. I woke up every 45 minutes because I was worried the thunder was signifying a tornado (I can handle a hurricane I can’t handle a tornado). The rain was light and the wind was showing its presence as I took off for work. While I was at work it did nothing but rain the entire day at home. I was greeted when I returned home to a pool in my yard, children boogie boarding in the street, and family’s taking a boat ride (yes a boat ride).