Back to business – 1/3rd of the shipping completed #sandy
Back to business – 1/3rd of the shipping completed #sandy. We get an extra hour today (Daylight saving ended) so that will be helpful. There isn’t any heat yet but we’re all dressing warm. We placed a big order for food from a local restaurant that was really happy, for a Saturday night – it’s still taking time to come back to life.
We’ll post more updates as we reboot and rebuild.
For the first time in about a week we don’t need to carry our “go bag” from place to place, stock piles of batteries, bottled water, snack-bar, solar panels, mintyboosts and flashlights everywhere. Well, we still carry some of those 🙂 Monday the city will mostly be back, our thoughts are with the people and businesses that are still struggling to get back after this event.
Thank you everyone for the kind words, support and orders – it all helps!
-Ladyada and Adafruit team
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Glad you are back. Our business over in new Jersey is still out as is our home. We have “recharging” stations for computers in our township.
Good news! Because I have a lot of new things to order right now! 😀
Hope you will Reee-stock wave shield and others arduino stuff, because it’s still unavailable and I can’t wait to give a voice to my pumpkin ! 🙂
Hey, I think I see my box in there! So glad you guys are back in business and didn’t get flooded!! So glad, in fact, that I ordered more stuff today. 😉