A few weeks ago, there was a storm in our area. The winds were up to speeds as fast as seventy miles per hour plus it was pouring rain for days. The storm got so poor that the wind knocked over multiple of the power lines in our area. My family plus I were separate from power on the second day of the storm, plus it did not get repaired until the storm was over 4 days later. Usually if we lose power for an extended period of time, I take my family over to a friend’s house or to a hotel to stay the night. However, the weather was so poor that all the people I knew were separate from power, including the nearest hotel. With weather like that, I didn’t think it was such a fantastic idea to be on the road for long enough to get to a hotel with power. The people I was with and I made the most of our time. The people I was with and I played board games, lit candles, plus learn books. While it was somewhat enjoyable, it was hard to particularly relax when the furnace was not now working. At first, the house reMained fairly moderate because we had the heat up high before the power went out, plus our up-to-date home has fantastic insulation. After a few days, things got particularly cold. The people I was with and I were all wearing layers plus huddling up under blankets. It’s times like that when I wish we had a fire locale that we could utilize for warmth. When the storm was finally over, I called our energy provider for information on when our power would be restored. Due to the disfigures caused by the storm, we were on a long waiting list. I wonder how most people managed to survive separate from heat plus power for so long!