Good morning. Its 7:15 am and New York City is under a travel ban on the roads and the subway is shut down. As I look out my window I don’t see nowhere near the amount of snow we was expected to get. I live in Brooklyn  but Long Island really got hit hard. I guess better safe than sorry applies to this storm. Last year we had a storm that basically shut down the city because they weren’t prepared. Emergency services couldn’t get to emergencies because cars were stuck on the roads everywhere. So they actually learned from that and enforced the travel ban.

I am grateful today that I pay attention to things like this. That I have a roof over my head, heat and hot water and food in my refrigerator. I remember  plenty of storms in the past when I was in active addiction and didn’t have any of the above. I remember walking day and night in blizzards to go get my drugs. I remember standing in freezing cold weather waiting to cop, or trying to scrape up that 2 or 3 dollars I needed to get 1. Yes I am grateful that I no longer live that life. That I am no longer suffering in that hell hole.

I am praying for the still sick and suffering addicts, those who are homeless, those who have no heat and hot water, no food in the refrigerator. I am praying for anyone and everyone who is in need.

God bless you.

Peace and Blessings

Eric Ease

4 thoughts on “BLIZZARD IN NY

  1. Well I hope you weren’t prempting the snow! I believe you have had more. But join you in giving thanks that you are no longer out there trying to score! I hated that part, as much as i hated him using, that was the dangerous part for me. Hanging around waiting for the dealer to turn up, I had a car but even so hated going out at night in the dark in all weathers! We are blessed that it isnt prt of our lives now thank you for sharing an reminding me of unhappier times thankfully gone

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