Here’s some information on when you should stop for a school bus. If you see someone slowing down and stopping in front of you on the opposite side of the road, pay close attention because they might be stopping for a school bus.
Drive safe, everyone!
Spring forward, Fall back. It happened early on Sunday morning, November 4th. We hope that you changed your clocks (yes, even the one in the car and definitely the one on the coffee pot) and that you also checked or changed the batteries in your smoke detectors too!
And above all, please drive safe. There have been multiple accidents near bus stops across the nation recently, with tragic outcomes. Please help us avoid such a thing from happening here.
No severe weather is forecast this week, so enjoy the beautiful weather. As Ned Stark once said, “Winter is coming.”
The recent rains and weather left us with a sizable insect population. I think that we managed to smoosh most of them, though. But I have the feeling they’ll be back… for now? Everything is clean!
Here’s some information from the National Weather Service about flood safety.
Tropical Depression Gordon is still causing flash flooding conditions in some areas. Please be careful, and never try to drive across a flooded road!
We’re sure you have all noticed that it’s kind of warm outside, to put it mildly. With the higher temperatures comes a greater risk of dehydration.
Here is some general information from the Cleveland Clinic about dehydration. Your primary care physician may have some additional advice for you as well.
Basically, try to keep cool and maintain an adequate fluid intake, or you might be seeing one of us. 🙂
(As always, if you feel as if you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911.)