It was nice to see someone had a sense of humor. There were many of these "guides" knocked out!
Our town experienced two major collapses this past storm. This building was part of a thriving moving business. The second collapse happened at a local catholic school, St. John's. The entire library was destroyed. My children played in many piano recitals that were held there, so we have good memories of that building. We lost power twice during the storm. The first time for a half-hour, the second time for an hour. It was nice eating a candlelight dinner! I kept an eye on our local electric website watching the map of local outages. As of tonight there are only 22 homes left in southern Maryland with no electric...much better than the high of 8500 during the worst of the storm.
One of the reasons I enjoy having my children talk with Mrs. Jane is that she is always relating how the Lord is working in her life, or how He provided for her in some way, or something similiar. Our family is very blessed to have many godly, elderly folks in their lives. I also appreciate the way she talks so lovingly about her late husband, Mr. Joe.
Hope you are enjoying your part of the country. Many blessings ~ Kathie