Though I’m still boiling my water, at least I have water! With electrical power off and on for days and no water except what I had saved in buckets, I’m grateful. So many in the Dallas area are still without power. This has been one of those humbling experiences when we are forced to realize how vulnerable we are. We think we’re so independent and in control when we certainly aren’t. It would help if we would heed the God-given warnings. Though this was record-breaking cold for Texas, we’ve had some cold spells that taxed our electric grids before. Will we remember this disaster by next winter? I’m not so sure. The sun is shining. The outside temperature here is 67 degrees today. Can it be we were shivering in minus zero degrees a few days ago? Was it all an illusion? Hmm…
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No illusion, but I agree, God could be giving us all a warning. As the climate changes, we will be experiencing new things, we need to be prepared. Now if I only knew for what?
On Sun, Feb 21, 2021 at 1:36 PM Briefly Speaking wrote:
> Sheila Graham posted: ” Though I’m still boiling my water, at least I have > water! With electrical power off and on for days and no water except what I > had saved in buckets, I’m grateful. So many in the Dallas area are still > without power. This has been one of those humbling exp” >