OMG! - We (Texas) were defiantly not prepared for this! My house lost power Monday morning and towards the end of the day we lost water. Three days without any water or electricity during freezing temperatures. It got real very fast, I was taken back to the not so good old days, when people used water from rivers and mills. It was like a scene from Frozen, the movie, but in real life- when Elsa was running towards her sister to save her life, at the end of the movie. It was a storm like that! Im serious.
Never had I been more thankful of having a gas stove! Did anyone have an electric one? Are you ok?!? Would love to hear what everyone experienced. I got power at 2am this morning and so far so good, just waiting on my water now. lol crazy!
Anyway, Im back at work as long as the internet holds :) Let me know if you have any questions!
P.S: IDK about the knitting..https://theeverygirl.com/8-ind...
I'm happy your safe.
Praying for everyone in Texas.
This is going to be a real thing that people talk about for the next 50 years @Ruby Ruiz . "Oh do you remember the storm of 2021? THAT was crazy."
As someone from Connecticut, it really is eye opening. You don't really think about the fact that southern states don't have plow trucks, salt yards, city plowing routes, etc. until you get punched in the face by a once in a lifetime (?) storm.
God bless all you texans. You're next "75 degrees and sunny" day is going to feel a whole lot different!
@Filipe Pereira Exactly! just incase 2020 was not crazy enough, heres an epic winter storm- deal with it!
Defiantly eye opening, I told myself to invest in a generator, lesson learned.