And so on top of everything else, I have laryngitis now.
The icing on the cake of my day, really. Pretty much just want to climb under the bed and stay there. But the show must go on. And on. And on.
And on my way to work...
And on my way home...
You'd think that Washington would be running out of stuff to burn by now.
Though, even if it's not... for the sake of all those people whose homes are in danger here (not to mention all the animals that are being displaced by the flames)... it would be great if the state would stop burning for a while anyways.
Being able to speak again would be nice too.
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Omg that’s so crazy and scary. I hope the fires go out soon and everyone can breathe again.
Please come back to the coast. You can’t live like that.
Sorry you’re suffering D2, no fun at all! I like your FB idea, Orange Kool-Aid and Jäger. Go for it! Hope the smoke clears and blue skies follow. If not, come to SF for tattoo #2.
Get to feeling more human again soon!
You should get a Darth Vader mask with a built-in air purifier. You could rock it!
Dude, this looks and sounds miserable. Clearly, you should fly to Atlanta for several days, even though you’re not due for another month or so!
Our fire fighters on the ground and the helicopter are doing their best and we need to keep them in our minds and prayers. But, this is a case of to little to late. We do not hear or see a single airplane to attack this fire in the beginning and allowing it to get out of hand. Even now there are no airplanes that could carry heavier loads and fire retardant.
i find it incredible that such devastation can produce such beauty, but that first shot is just gorgeous