- Sep 29, 2011
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I don't blame you for being afraid of storms, especially if you live in an area where severe weather is common. It's scary because there's absolutely nothing you can do about a storm. There's not really a lot of severe weather here in Connecticut, so I was terrified when Hurricane Irene hit back in August. I didn't go as far as barricading myself in my dorm room with 25 bottles of water, 18 boxes of Pop-Tarts, and 12 flashlights or whatever else is in a doomsday kit, but I was really worried about losing power and wind damage. Luckily me and my friends were fine, but I'd prefer to not deal with another hurricane anytime soon.Mainly I am afraid of storms: ridiculous, I know, but I was living in Georgia when the April 27'th tornadoes came through. Many things and places I knew were destroyed, including a restaurant that was the place me and my friend had hung out in for years. It's crazy, but now I swear I'm terrified of storms, wind, rain, cloudy weather even...I am really not even looking forward to Spring for that reason alone. I've even begged my Dad to move us somewhere else.I hate hearing people talk about tornadoes, reading about them terrifies me.