The thrill of “thundersnow” wore off quickly once I lost power this evening. It went off just when Coronation Street’s Pat Phelan was lying to his project manager about Eileen being sick. I heard a boom, and then my Roku shut off. There would be no relaxing with BritBox tonight. Well, now I’ll spend time charging my phone and iPad instead of enjoying television.
Anyway, I figured I’d better do something useful with my phone while it was still charged. That’s when I remembered reading on Twitter about charging your cell phone with a household battery. This was the first video I found, and it looks easy. It uses a 9-volt battery. However, I’m sure there are videos about using other batteries.
I know it’s after Christmas, but I had to share this video. Love Actually is my favorite Christmas movie! (Actually, it’s the only Christmas movie that I watch every year.) So, I had to see St. Wilfrid’sversions of the scenes from the movie. They did an awesome job. It definitely put me into the Christmas spirit.
In an era where many feel a sense of entitlement, the act of gratitude has disappeared. To be hospitable to your neighbor isn’t the social act of giving them a place to stay. It’s the act of caring about your fellow human and showing that caring before the moment is lost. T. Lanette Pollard
When I wrote Part 1, I hadn’t finished watching this episode. Now I have, and I realize that it fit with the message I heard in church.
History has been repeating daily since DT was elected. It won’t end well especially for Americans like me who understand the danger of a DT administration. So, if you don’t understand how a candidate can be “groomed” for an election, watch this movie.