2019 December 16 Monday

2019 December 16 Monday in Liberty Hill, Texas

do not believe that cloudy quite covers. I would have to say it is completely socked in with cloud cover.

oday Santa had a little girl who wanted blocks, clothes, and vitamins. We were busy right up to 12. Even though Jessie is alone this morning, photography has made about $900.00 for this morning. Plus I got to see some of my special needs people. That’s a good day.

e had a nearly steady steam of children and adults to see Santa today. I’m sure that Charlie had a very busy night after he took over the big chair. I’ll find out tomorrow morning.

Ella called to daddy that she’s was without electricity. I told her to throw each of the circuit breakers off and back on. She said she had already done that.

I said that it must be in the electric pedestal where our shore power comes from. She said she didn’t no how to do those. I told her that I’d do it when I got home. And I would also empty the black water tank. She said she would do that because she knew how.

When I got home I closed the valve on the black water tank and cheeked the electric meter on the pedestal. The little wheel was slowly turning. So, I knee that there was power going into our home.

went inside and heard the fan on the electric heater running and the light on the microwave was lit. Ella said, “Yay, it’s been on.” She knew that the power was out because the Christmas tree lights weren’t on. I clicked the switch on the power cord and nothing happened. I plunged something into the same wall socket and it worked. I clicked the switch on the power strip again and the Christmas lights came on.

God bless and g’nite

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