The storm frazzled mother.

Normally, mom doesn’t mind storms, but now that she is getting older, everything bothers her, last week, she called myself and others and begged myself and others to come to the house. A storm had gone through that left her in the dark with no heat. The gas furnace quit working when the power went off, however she was afraid of the dark, and she was cold, so I went to opening her up. I brought her to the house, where the two of us had power. Not that the storm did not affect us, but the two of us had a generator, so the two of us didn’t lose power. Both of us had lights and our gas furnace was still working. Mom moved into the spare room until the storm blew over and the power was back on. Both of us knew it was no longer safe for her to live alone when a self-explanatory power outage had her this frazzled. I tried to talk her into moving in with us, but she was having none of it. She said that once the power came on and she had her gas furnace running again, she would be okay, despite the fact that I doubted it. My daughter went into my mom’s room and sat down on the bed to read to her. She told mom she didn’t adore it when the lights went out, and how nice it was when mommy and daddy had the generator installed. She can stay sizzling when the lights go out because the gas furnace still works, and she can also see to read. I know my daughter was convincing mom to live with us, even if I couldn’t.
Air conditioner tune-up