And on that topic alone I could write a novel.
Many people in the area are still without power.
Some of us are thrilled to have
I fall into that latter category.
(Hallieford Jim , who originally hooked me up with my internet service after hearing someone in the 21st century was still on dial-up, very calmly explained that the cell towers are running on reduced capacity, therefore internet is negatively impacted. I thanked him and then blinked back tears, wondering what on Earth I'll do with all this internet-free time. Surely I'm not supposed to do something productive, like clean the house or do laundry or (gasp!) talk to people? Oh, the humanity!)
So, I'll report back with all the highlights of the storm when internet is back to normal, which will probably be
* What is worth mentioning now, since I had to explain it to my boss at work when he gave me the furrowed brow after hearing we couldn't take showers, is that most of Mathews is on septic systems and well water. In anticipation of losing power, we're always instructed to fill up our bathtubs so we have water for rinsing off or flushing toilets, for example. Two or more days of this is
I'll be back on whenever my internet is back up and running properly.
Take care and have a great week.