Curling up on the couch, I flick through the tv channels. Finding nothing good enough to catch my eye, I turn Hulu on. Hoping to finish or at least start another show.
The lights flicker again before suddenly...They all go off. I hurriedly feel around for my phone. Feeling the cool case against my fingertips I tap the screen hoping for the light to come on.
Looking at the time it read '9:30 pm' the day and date running underneath. A red flash comes over my phone enabling me to get to my flashlight on my phone.
It was a flood/Hurricane warning, feeling the panic rise inside I gather up my phone, charger, tablet, and computer. Heading to my bedroom.
I quickly toss my things on the bed, heading out the bedroom door to instantly check on my windows making sure I hadn't open any of them this morning. I check the front door as well to make sure it's locked and secure.
I double re-check my windows, feeling paranoid I re-check the door once more. After finalizing the fact that I had secured and doubly locked everything up.
I went back to the bedroom, feeling my way around the house. Stubbing my toes as I walked stupidly into a wall. "Ouch," I say. grabbing for the nearest thing that was next to me.
Limping like a drunk off the side of the road, I finally made it back to my room. My pajama pants falling down slightly covering my feet.
Consoling my sore foot I gather some cover and position myself comfortably enough to enjoy a good funny movie. Nothing absolutely nothing could ruin this evening.
But I was inconsiderately wrong, getting good and cozy with a few candles lighting up the room, I began opening up my computer to find a good movie.
Completely forgetting that Wifi is terrible during a storm. "Ugh, of course, there's no wifi". Shutting my computer forcefully I lie back.
Checking my phone for any weather updates, none so far. I check for messages or missed calls over the last hour. Nothing.
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