Dorian arrived on August 28 as a Hurricane 5 storm as it hit the Virgin Islands. It then ever so slowly inched it’s way across the Atlantic stalling over the Bahamas where close to 100,000 people have been affected by her fury. Inching her way up the East Coast, Dorian whipped winds into the Carolinas as a Category 1 hurricane. But, like a two year old with a second wind, she gained strength and just this past Saturday (nearly 10 days later) stormed over Novia Scotia as a Cat 2 wreaking havoc with power and hundreds of thousands of people to our Canadian friends. Thankfully, Dorian is now out to sea towards Newfoundland where she is being absorbed into another weather pattern and losing her power and strength. Our thoughts are with all of those who were in her path for a safe and speedy recovery and prayers for those lost in her path.