Running My Business From A Shelter

Running My Business From A Shelter

A picture from my “office” at the local town shelter. This is Day 7 with no power, heat, phone or beer at my house.  Damn you Hurricane Sandra. Damn you!


49 thoughts on “Running My Business From A Shelter”

  1. One of the positive things about Sandy (and I believe there are many) is that She is bringing people together … so many people are effected which absolutely brings the level of Compassion through the roof and a new profound sense of Respect for Mother Earth and her power. Trusting all is blessed in your world Dude … may you meet all the people you’re supposed to in your new communal hOMe!

  2. Mike: I have another perspective on Sandra: “Thank you Sandra for sparing my life and the lives of many others. I am grateful to have the ability to work via the computer and except for a few creature comforts I am well and happy. All is well. This too shall pass.”

  3. Whoo hoo! Bad Sandra, bad Sandra. Sit. Stay. Glad you blew away! Glad you will be back to your office soon and that all are safe and sound. Hope you voted!

  4. Good for you that you can find the space and the ability to get some work done. I know it can’t be easy. My brother is still without power, heat and water as well.

  5. Mike — I’d say hurl a giant pumpkin at that b****h! Thinking of you! My friend lent me her copy of your book and I am thoroughly enjoying it! Elisa Goodman

  6. You’re the epitome of the entrepreneur – being able to work, no not only work, flourish in any environment with any challenges…good luck to you and your family, stay warm and safe and keep the posts comin’!

  7. Hey Mike – Wishing you well … almost afraid to ask if the one nut guy is hanging there with you as well?! Imaging the simple pleasures just got a bit sweeter! My best my friend!

  8. OMG Mike I had no idea that your neighborhood got hit. So sorry to hear this. Thank God you and your family are okay. I live in Florida so I know too well what a hurricane is all about. You lose power,no warm water,your food goes bad,etc. It’s just awful to say the least. Glad you still keep your sense of humor and positive way of thinking. Glad you were able to find a computer even if it’s not at home. The most important thing is that you made it through Sandy. If it makes you feel better I am angry at Sandy too. 🙂 Take care Mike. Hope you get power back asap. Hang in there.

  9. So sorry Mike! Keeping everyone affected by this storm in our thoughts and prayers. We went through the same thing last year here in Minot and our home along w/4,000 others was destroyed by the flood. Crazy inconvenient and miserable…but we got through it and you will too! Best ~Norma

  10. I had no idea you were in this situation.
    Thank you for letting us know what’s going on with you.
    I hope you and your family are all okay.

  11. mother nature any thing is possible thank God you are alive to share the testimony,you shall rebuild as long as you did not loose your life,our prayers for all those affected.

  12. HI Mike. Amazing to see that you are still working when you have been through such a harrowing experience. Maybe that is why you are so successful. Thinking of you and everyone else there with you. Hoping you will be back at home soon. Keep us posted. Ali

  13. Can’t let a little thing like the most powerful and destructive Hurricane to hit the east coast in a century get in the way of business. Love the art!

  14. I live in an tiny house in WV. I have room for one or two people to stay with me if they would like a warm house with electric, food, water and hot water. I will come and pick someone up if they need me to. I don’t understand why all NY families aren’t going to the sites and picking up people and taking them home… Americans, help your neighbors!
    Thanks and my prayers are with you all.

  15. New book? The Shelterpreneur
    So glad you and family are safe and getting closer to a normal life.
    Wishing you many blessings,
    Jan Blue
    BlueJays Landing

  16. Hi Mike, South Africa is praying for all of you guys and this too shall pass. Stay blessed and keep up the good work!

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