**i intended to insert a photo of me by candle light, except the camera feature will not launch :(. **
Yes, I've been without services before. I've been camping and stayed for a week in a tipi (complete with overseeing the operation of a smoke flap) and participated in meal prep were several salmon were cooked over a pit fire. I'm not even afraid of wild animals (except for opossums, squirrels, and an occasional raccoon) few venture into the quirky suburbs of Southern California; nor am I fearful of the dark. I simply find it extremely I convenient, today & tomorrow, to have my carefully laid plans disrupted.
I have a Geek Squad tech scheduled to service and back-up by iPhone, iPad, and PC. This will not happen if I do not have electricity. I also have a 7 a.m. service appointment the service my car.
So what? You are thinking.
What if I oversleep? 5:30 a.m. Is not an easy time for me to be functional, I'm a night owl, remember. What if my cell phone and my iPad have zero battery life?
I had planned on working on my office tonight. I have stacks everywhere because I'm setting up my files and purging my bookcases. Not an activity to be attempted by flashlight or candle light. I had also planned on writing my blog (I have accomplished one item on my list. If it posts).
It's 77 degrees, no rain. I have the neighbor's solar lights which cast a faint shimmer on the cement side walk, so no one should trip and fall into the street if they venture out into the darkness.
I'm going to see if I can locate an unsented candle to light, because the floral fragrance is a bit over powering. It's 8:11 by the light of my Fitbit tracker. . . Have a good evening everyone!