Home before the ice storm, and power outage. Emergencies are gender neutral.
Yeah, mom was discharged this afternoon!
Beautiful ice crystals on all the tree branches gets heavy. I am listening to random cracking. Pros and cons to living in a forest. Thankfully it isn't also windy. They break from the weight.
19 hours estimate til repair per the power company. Optimistic.
Operation enhanced lotion seems to have helped. CPK was back near normal.
This a setback for my mom but she is a doer, a survivor and back on her wobbly legs somewhat. It is not easy being a caregiver. Protect cognition and physical fitness 💪
Within just four days of inactivity we start losing muscle strength.
Decluttering and getting organized so I can find emergency supplies in an emergency are all needs. And gender neutral, emergency prep is important for everyone to do. Before the emergency ideally. A neighbor called to offer some help with a few things and electricityif we go over there - backup generator, and I said yes please, tomorrow. I have a small one that I need to learn how to use. And see how long-term gasoline lagad.
Incomplete to do list item - buy some extra gas cans and gas.
The ice branches breaking and falling have a crackling effect, a series of noises.
“If it ain't one thing, it's another.”
YinYang - hardship makes the positive stand out more.
Picking up branches is part of living in a forest.
pic from December
Trees are beautiful and big.
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