Update: Our power is on again. And, more importantly, our heat is on again. All of our devices are fully charged again. But you know what isn’t fully charged yet?
It turns out that losing power for close to 60 hours (and, really, it’s the being cold for that long) takes a toll.
So I’m going to take the time I need to re-charge myself. I’m not sure when I’ll be back to blogging. Maybe tomorrow. Maybe next week.
In the meantime, here’s to a good (warm) week for all of us!
That is a long time to be without power… my gosh, Kym! I am sending you all my love XO
Do very fun things…to restore the balance.
Sending warmth and hugs. Take your time and take care of you (I know you will). So glad your power is back…60 hours is much, much too long.
whoa–yes, the heat, THAT would be the serious problem. Thinking of you as YOU recharge.
Rest, recharge, and stay warm!
I hope you get the charge you need. Take care of yourself.
As someone who lives in a place where power outages are not infrequent (ice! wind! people driving into utility poles and knocking them down!), I know how exhausting the lack of power can be. I have to change my approach to all elements of daily life. Hope you can shake this off quickly. Yay power!
Take care. ‘See’ you when you’re back here.
Time to defrost. Take care of yourself.
I do not blame you at all — that is a very stressful situation, and it takes its toll on you! I hope you can rest and recharge (and fully thaw!) this week.
You had to resort to basic survival skills for 60 hours and that had to be completely draining. Enjoy your recharging time and come back when you’re ready and not a second before.
So glad the power is back … and hoping you get recharged AND WARM quickly. (I’m sure that will happen in the reverse order). xxoo.
What a good choice. Having lived in a place that loses powers for days (even weeks) at a time, I have decided the little house on the prairie games is not fun any more.
Was there in January 🙁 So glad you’re beginning to thaw out. Take your time and embrace that warmth.
Take good care Kym. It takes a lot of energy to stay warm, without heat, for 60 hours.
Oh man. Hope you get those bones good & warm!! Take care.