Needless to say, we lost power, again. Of course, this necessitated getting in the car for naps and going out to eat. It was a bit tricky getting back to our house as the main road near our house was shut down due to fallen trees and flooding. (We got 2 inches of rain in 30 minutes.)
Many people are still without power. Fortunately, this time we were only without power about 36 hours or so and most of the food in our fridge and freezer survived. We did lose most of the fruit and all but one gallon of milk, but it was not nearly as bad as last time.
Unfortunately, I now have a mountain of laundry to do, but at least we have electricity and hot water to do it. I think I need a vacation from summer. In the mean time, I have begun to seriously wonder if God is royally ticked at the Washington, D.C. area, but I couldn't imagine why that would be.