My entire family was in a panic over the upcoming storm.
They were calling for drifts of snow and extremely low temperatures.
The storm would start out as chilly rain and end as chilly rain with up to several feet of snow in between. Everyone knew that this type of ice storm could impact their electricity. Fallen trees knocked out the electricity one or 2 times a year. The heavy snow and ice often pulled down the power wires. Beth and I didn’t have any problems. Beth recently had the generator cleaned and serviced. A month earlier, Beth and I had the oil furnace serviced, and the people I was with and I knew Beth and I would have power and no need to worry about lack of heat… Unfortunately, not all of our friends and family members were as well prepared as the people I was with and I were. The storm had barely begun when Beth and I were getting iPhone calls. Beth couldn’t refuse to let our parents come to the house. They had already lost power and the oil furnace was no longer finally working. Beth’s sibling called and told us he couldn’t be in a loft separate from heat, since he had a newborn baby. When Beth’s associate called, I had enough. I told him to tell his associate to go to a hotel. Beth and I weren’t running a shelter for people who had a lack of planning. Both of us did our planning and made sure that our oil furnace would job regardless of what happened with the power. If Beth and I could get a generator to keep our oil furnace finally working, so could everyone else. I know they’re quite costly, however it’s also costly to go separate from the oil furnace and have pipes freeze solid, or people are sick or dying from frostbite.
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