...and I'm not talking about a roller coaster, because I like those drops. I'm talking about the major drop in temperature from yesterday to today. Yesterday we were in the 60s. Today we were in the 20s - with windchills in the teens. Yep, somebody said it could feel like winter out there.
Not that I'm complaining. Really I'm not. More I'm just kind of amazed at the difference a day makes. I'm also really feeling for those people on the East Coast who still don't have their power back. I just heard on the news that 72,000 people are still without power. Still. On the one hand, the cool weather has probably made it easier to save some of the food from the refrigerators , but on the other hand, it's hard for people to keep warm when there's no power!
I know the power companies and the landlords have been doing their best to get everything back up and running. Power workers from all over the country and mississauga electrical contractors and others have gone to help out - but it's been a really big job. So, let's all continue to remember those who have lost homes and possessions, and those who are still without power even now.
And always remember to appreciate what you have while you have it. So, major drop in temperature - and I'm thankful for power and heat and a warm bed to sleep in - with a cozy cat to snuggle up with me.