SOF,South of Forty said:We lost power this time for about14 hours-not bad at all.
I believe children are most often disturbed with thinking about problems like this and don't know how to express their feelings. To me, reassurance in words, to the children will help them calm down and help them be able to face the tragedy like troopers. A lot of times they take it better than adults do.South of Forty said:If any of you need help on the mental or spiritual level to get through the coming days and weeks I highly advice you to not try to tough it out and get it. Espeacially for kids.
In this case I'd have to say they were emergency vehicles and worthy of being yielded the right of way. They were there to help out with the emergency but didn't have the flashing lights to go with it.South of Forty said:Folks were so eager to get their power back, that they literally pulled to the side of the road to let them pass when they saw them coming - just like emergency vehicles. I guess in a way they were.