13 Sep. 2018
SEA BREEZE, UNITED STATES
Roslyn Fleming, 56, takes photos next to the waters where she says her adult “grandbaby” was baptized last year before leaving for college, in case this special place is destroyed after Hurricane Florence at the inlet in Seabreeze, North Carolina, U.S., September 13, 2018. REUTERS/Mana Rabiee 56-year-old Roslyn Fleming , who’s lived in the Wilmington area for 21 years with her family and moved to the nearby coastal community of seabreeze four years ago , came to her small-town‘s water inlet Thursday morning with her iPad to videotape the scenic view. “I came to video it so I can remember what it looked like before the storm, cuz I just don’t think a lot of this is going to be here,” she told Reuters. Like many residents of these small coastal communities along the North Carolina coast Who will be impacted by the hurricane , Fleming has a special attachment to the water she’s chosen to live next to. Her “grandbaby” got baptized in the inlet right before she left for college last year. “Right there in that water,” she said.