Just for today, I am grateful knowing how fortunate I am to have the first world comfort of electrical power efficient enough to give me heat, lights, water, a toilet that flushes, hot water, hot showers, hot baths and appliances such as a fridge, stove, washer, dryer and coffee maker!
We are currently experiencing day three without power as a result of Hurricane Dorian. I am without all of the electrical comforts and conveniences I am so accustomed to, and take for granted.
Just for today, I am grateful for Nova Scotia Power who has brought in electrical help from Maine and Florida!
I am sitting in a Tim Hortons coffee shop writing this. I’m plugged into their power, drinking their coffee, eating their breakfast foods, and using their toilet. My husband just shaved in their washroom! There are about 15 electrical workers here from Maine, the power trucks parked outside. As the men stood up to leave, all the locals in the coffee shop thanked them as they left!
Just for today, I am grateful Tim Hortons and the town of Windsor has power!
Just for today, I am grateful for electrical workers!
About me: Stephanie Wells
I’m a Reiki Master Teacher of Usui Shiki Ryoho – the Usui System of Natural Healing. I was attuned in Levels I, II & IIIA in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. During a 6 week stay in Mararikulam North, Kerala, India I was reattuned in Levels I, II, & IIIA as well as acquiring my Level IIIB Master Teacher attunement.
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Stephanie😍 you said…Just for today, I am grateful for electrical workers! How true that is! We should all follow your sentiments and be so very thankful when we get the comfort of electrical power turned back on.Hopefully your electricity will be back on soon.👵🏻❤️😘
Thanks mama!!! <3
I’ve seen the videos and photos on the news. That must have been (and still is) horrible. Stay safe!
Our location, which was new to me as I’ve always lived on the coast, is in the middle of the province. We thankfully didn’t experience damage. The power outage is the only result of Dorian. That is our learning curve while living in the woods, but a 15 minute drive to get water and food! Not so bad at all. But my first world mind is missing a hot shower!!! <3