Congressman, Paul Ford, nice to meet you How are you doing? Doing well. We were really concerned on the eastern part yesterday, with the winds. How that would affect power outages, Scituate and the South Shore area. We are concerned in the south, with surges in Buzzards Bay area, and in the South Coast. In Westport did get hit, Yarmouth did get hit a little bit, but not like it was going to. Today, we are going around making sure, with the Army Corps of Engineers with other groups going forward if there is any work that has to be done because of the reconfiguration of the coastline. I think this has been in the planning since the 2010 storm, where we looked at things that were inadequate, there were a lot of hearings, going forward. What we are seeing this time is extraordinary cooperation between federal government, state government, right in the middle of it and a great job communicating and local governments who are just ready. Particularly the areas that I represent that are the coastal communities. So the communication is much better, I'm sure this is going to be reviewed there are some things I learned this morning, talking to local officials that could be improved, should we have another incident like this.