Power came back on last night.
We are blessed. We only suffered through three nights of no electricity; no heat. It was so cold in our house even Sock Monkey got dressed for it:
And we had no damage to our home. A tree fell across our driveway and the yard is littered with dozens of fallen tree limbs. But we do feel blessed.
Just heard from my brother and sister-in-law in West Hartford, CT and they will not have power till Sunday. And their street, as many I have seen in our neighborhood, are difficult to pass through what with downed trees and downed power lines.
I have some more tree limb cutting to do today (I have a helper; see photo.)
And then I have to work on editing a weeks worth of photos from High Point.
And I can't wait to cook dinner tonight for Susan and her Mom (Our first home-cooked meal in awhile; I am making Turkey-Jasmine Rice Meatballs with Baby Bok Choy.)
Susan and I send blessings to all the folks who are working to restore power, cleaning up the mess, and caring for the seniors who needed extra help to cope with the crisis.