The Quotable


May you have:
A world of wishes at your command.
God and his angels close to hand.
Friends and family their love impart,
and Irish blessings in your heart!

~~Irish Blessing~~

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Quick Update...

Awoke this morning to find we were not one of 40,000 people without electricity but 55,000 and may not have it until first of next week. So the Tucson trip is off as well. The generator is working well on the frig and furnace...get to watch some television and read. God is good, all the time. Going to add tomorrows The Quotable and then eat dinner...

~~~^j^~~~

And give thanks be to God!!!


Will catch up on visiting when the electricity is up and running again.

11 comments:

  1. Praying that you get your power back soon! Stay safe!

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  2. Hope things get sorted soon, Cathy.

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  3. praying that it will be up & running soon. A lot of states in the mid west were hit hard! Us in the NE got slammed with snow. ..Be safe!!

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  4. There are areas here also suffering black outs with temps rising to 115 degrees!

    I pray things get better for you and PRAY for a cool change for us.I cant stand this heat.

    Peace and love to you Cathy:)

    Marie xooxoxo

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  5. Thanks goodness for the generator. Hope you're up and running soon! Blessings :)

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  6. Hope you ge tthe power back soon.

    Living in Upstate New York we've experienced a few days without power over the years. That's why there's now a generator out in the garage!

    Keep warm!

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  7. I hope your electricity is restored very soon. I a worried about all the people who haven't had any for so long now.

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  8. Cathy,

    May God Bless your day today, and may your electricity be restored soon!

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  9. Oh my goodness! Thank GOD for that generator. My folks used to live up by Tahoe and we would come to visit and numerous times we would be out of power due to the weather and without the generator I think I would have gone mad! It should be a must for those who live where weather conditions merit.

    Please try to keep warm by the fire.

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