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If you live in the Bay Area you would know that we’re in the midst of the worst winter storm in two years, and over a million residences and businesses have lost power today. San Mateo County was the hardest hit and I spent the most of today without electricity. It was a really strange day since I attempted to go to work, but every traffic light leading to the office was broken and the intersections morphed into bizarre four way stops with three to four lanes each. This made a nine mile drive take 40 minutes (it took me 20 minutes just to get to highway 101, which is less than 2 miles away). I braved the gusts and pouring rain into my office building only to see the lights off and the IT lady sitting in the dark. I asked her if the office is closed and she said, “yeah, we have no power, no email, nothing!” So I walked back to my car and went to run an errand and then went home.

On the drive home I heard that the power outages could go well into the weekend and hundreds of thousands of people were without electricity. Since my condo had power in the morning I thought I am one of the lucky ones who already had service restored. Unfortunately, when I got home the power was off again. I thought that I could get a lot of cleaning done, but I was wrong. The laundry room required electricity to run the machines, and the vacuums also needed to be plugged in. So then I thought, okay, maybe I will cook something for lunch. Alas! The stove is electric! So then I thought maybe I can go out for some food, but every single nearby restaurant shut down because they had no power. I found an uneaten breakfast bar in my pocket, and I wolfed it down.

So there I was with nothing to do. My phone was out of power, and so was my Nintendo DS. What can I do to entertain myself? I ended up picking up everything off the floor and putting them away. The hubby’s parents recently dropped off a few boxes of the hubby’s things from his childhood and I started reading those. I read his fifth grade essays and his college application essays and “awwed” at his pictures. However, this entertainment was limited, and after I put everything away I was going starking crazy. The skies soon turned dark and I ended up lighting up candles. I was so bored that I started to pour the wax from one candle to another. Finally I ended up playing a board game in single player mode with candles lit on the side. I was reading the instructions by candlelight and I set it down on one of the candles by accident. A plume of smoke rose and I mentally panicked for a second, but I quickly blew the fire out but the instructions has a permanent hole in it right now.

Finally after eight hours, the power finally came back on. My hubby got home and I showed him his scorched game instructions and he said, “thank goodness you didn’t burn anything else down”. Then I told him that I put everything away and cleaned the floors and he said, “at least something good came out of this. I can’t believe you were so bored that you cleaned!”

I have been through blackouts before, but I think this is the longest one I have went through and having the lights on was like having a fresh breath of air. (I was really getting dizzy from the aromatic candles.) Seriously, I don’t think I can live without electricity. I’m not sure what the economic impacts of this mass blackout is to the Bay Area, but it nearly drove me insane.

Anyway, currently a lot of the coastal areas in San Mateo is still blacked out and I hope everyone is alright. Electricity is something many of us take for granted, and it is amazing how much of our lives is so dependent on this. To all the PG&E crews out there, thank you for your hard work.

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cialis online pharmacy australiaon 01.05.08 at 8:37 am

hahaha,we almost become caveman again if we don’t have power.

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Having been thru many blackouts there are lots of things to do if you put your mind to it – read, knit, crochet, needlepoint, journal, crossword puzzles, jigsaw puzzles, make clothing repairs like sewing on buttons or hemming, visit with neighbors, write letters, exercise, take a walk and really see your neighborhood (maybe not in the storm), make a meal on the grill (I’ve done this in a major snowstorm ), write letters, scrapbook, make minor repairs to your dwelling – tighten that loose screw, paint the chipped door, make a list of all the places you want to visit, make a shopping list, clean out your closet, clean out the junk drawer. See, lots of things to do – just don’t think you must have electricity in order to be happy.

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We are so used to electricity that we go out of sync when there is a blackout.

I agree there are lot of things that we can do, if we had prepared for the darkness and had emergency lights fitted.

I worked in Ghana for a couple of years, and this was a very common occurrence.

Thank God, it was not together with snow storms and the like.

cialis online pharmacy australiaon 01.06.08 at 5:51 am

All we need is one lengthy power failure and we soon learn the value of electricity and how much we depend upon it.

Even without our homes, there are the gas stations, grocery stores and restaurants as well as the traffic lights to get there that depend on electricity to operate.

Living in coastal Virginia, I have to contend with hurricanes now and then. In my case, I am prepared with a generator just powerful enough to run my frig and freezer at the same time. I had the only ice for miles! Surely went good with the bourbon while I watched the stars in the darkness!

A long power failure, five days and three days during two seperate storms surely gives you time to get to know your neighbors as they pool and cook their food together before it goes bad. Potluck stew or soup is yummy! I contribute ice which is always appreciated…

A grill and even better, a turkey fryer become your stove, coffee and tea maker. Basic sanitation can become a problem when the water goes off too. It helps to have some kind of seat for that five gal bucket. The skinny rim hurts!!!

You soon learn that those candles that you thought were so romantic on the dinner table aren’t so romantic when their your only source of light and reading by candle light is highly over rated…

Just my thoughts… I have many!

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yup.. @Bellen, my hubby read your comment and laughed his butt off and said, “only if she knew how to do any of those things!!” We actually have a grill, and I really don’t know how to operate it.

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Wow, this post brings back memories. The last black out I was in was 24 hours long. It was the big on that affected the whole east coast of North America. You know what else runs on electricity? Water pumps. In our apartment the toilet and showers didn’t work. Thanks goodness my roomie’s bf was smart enough to fill the tub with water.

People were looting it was just crazy. I was a little scared. My cell ran out of power, and the payphone didn’t work. I had only $10 cash and ATM’s didn’t work. People lining up to clear out the grocery stores.

I horded cash for awhile after that incident.

cialis online pharmacy australiaon 01.09.08 at 7:12 am

I was lucky and still had power. I was just reading a little more about you and I feel like I must have passed you at the Marina Plaza a few times. :-)

cialis online pharmacy australiaon 01.09.08 at 12:00 pm

@LazyMan — hmm hmm.. actually I was just at Marina Plaza on Monday eating Pho.

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One of the first things you should have done is to fill your bathtub and washing machine. If the power is out long enough, water can go offline to. Also, fill various, clean, empty containers. You should also have an old-fashioned, heavy duty 1960s Grundig transistor radio, PP3 (9V) batteries last forever in those things. Also, make sure your smoke detectors/Carbon monoxide detectors have battery backups!

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