A poignant reminder of human compassion.
I’ve had this subject kicking around in my drafts folder for years. As we enter the season of political ads, non-stop analysis and social media spew that seems designed to pit everyone against everyone else, I thought this little story might help. Also, given that the heat index in Connecticut is supposed to be 110°f (43°c) today, I think the setting and the photos will make us feel better.
This story starts on Halloween in 2011. A freak snow storm dropped a foot of heavy wet snow onto trees that had not yet lost most of their leaves. The devastation came quickly. By 7:00 pm, we had lost power. Not just our house, not just our street, the entire town and most of the region. We remained without power for ten days.
It wasn’t as bad as you might imagine, for several reasons:
The company I work for allowed us…
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Thank you so much for reblogging this!
That’s a good story. But this coming winter, hopefully northeast USA won’t get a storm like that one.
See you, JT.
‘Nothing else mattered.’
It is good to read about the better side of human nature.