Is There a Crack in the (Fire)Wall
Joyce Pellino Crane
Last December when 325,000 Massachusetts homes went dark for days on end, I finally understood the transformative powers of electricity.
For starters, my hair went limp when the blow dryer didn't turn on, my laundry piled high, my food froze in the garage, and my stove was stone cold. After five days of living like Pioneer Woman, I got tired of waiting for the utility company to restring… Continue