Sunday, August 28, 2011

No Power {no toilets}! PLEASE PRAY!

Hello, friends! This is Lori, Karin's friend. She asked me to post to her blog to tell you that they are without electricity because of the storm. Which, not only means no power...but NO WATER because they are on a well that requires a pump that requires electricity! Get it?

And you can only imagine how umm, unpleasant it will be for eleven people (ELEVEN PEOPLE!!) to go without such modern NECESSITIES!

Please pray for them, would you?!

I'll keep ya posted!

12 comments:

Cari said...

been thinking of you all day, Karin, hope you get your electricity back real soon.

Kristin Ferguson said...

So I guess you're getting the excitement you were craving eh? NOT! Hopefully there will be some fun family memories that come out of your time without power!

trustandobey said...

We are in the same situation when our power goes out...no H2O either but you can hand fill the tank of the toilet with water from a jug and then you can at least flush. That can mean a lot!

Kimberlie said...

Oh no! I am praying!

Waitingfaithfully said...

Thanks for the update! Praying!

Sue Mom of Two said...

we are in the same situation with no water when the power goes out. I HATE it when it happens, and it has happened frequently this summer. We have a huge supply of old milk jugs in the furnace room, filled with water with the lid marked with a "T" (toilet water). Sure does help in extreme situations!
Hope the power is back on SOON.

Kim K. said...

Prayers coming your way from West MI. Please keep us posted.

sara said...

I know a good IN girl would fill up all her bathtubs with water so the toilets could be used!!!!

praying for you!

Jean said...

Oh My Karen- what a bummer!

Saying prayers that it will be restored soon!!

James, Dawn and Family said...

We r praying!!

James, Dawn and Family said...

We r praying!!

Ruby Mae said...

Continuing to pray and eager to hear good news. Been there....done that....no power...no flushes BUT not with 11 people in the house! This is where one's sense of humor needs to come into play, right?