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Thanks, Robin, and I agree, Fran. I have many East Coast family and friends still without power. My prayers continue for all affected by Sandy.
Let's GOOOO Yankees 2013!!
Thanks for the update Robin. I never even thought about the stadium but it's good ro know all is well there. We'll need tobe in tiptop shape to win #28 next year and help the city recover from this traumatic tragedy.
Let It Go
If peace is really what you want, then you will choose peace.
Always move forward toward peace and light. Let go of bitterness and negativity-these hold back your progress in life.
When you see these traits in others-know the wisdom hasn't come to them yet and be ever mindful of your own journey.
Failure is giving up what we want most for what we want now.
My prayers go out to EVERYONE who was in the path of Sandy, I hope all our Yankee fans survived the destruction.
Just a note I saw on Facebook regarding Yankee Stadium.
"If anyone was wondering how the condition of Yankee Stadium after Hurricane Sandy is.....Team president Randy Levine confirmed that Yankee Stadium is in good shape after Hurricane Sandy passed through the area earlier this week. A few windows broke during the storm, but Levine says there was no flooding damage and the park didnít lose power at any point. CitiField reportedly spent a few hours underwater. Poor CitiField."
Robin from New Hampshire
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