Tuesday, September 06, 2005

No More Cheap Energy

The blogging sometimes goes unattended due to work or travel, but lately I've just been spending a little more time practicing. The storm and its catastrophic aftermath have me considering that energy-consuming pastimes such as television and web-surfing may become not only much more expensive but also may sometimes become completely unavailable.

That is, if one is allowed to survive.

We here in this great dry city have much to be thankful for. We are not Drusilla. And we have meaningful work to do for those who have come to us from the storms.


SassyNurse said...

I feel bad about complaning about the cost of gasoline when so many people are suffering. It hasn't stopped me too much when I have just put 80$ into the truck, and its not full yet.

I am addicted to my energy using hobbies and have realized it more this week.

Nurse Practitioners Save Lives said...

I have chosen to cut back on the amount of gasoline I use in my vehicles. I feel horrible for those that had to suffer through the hurricane.