Paulo Lopes photographed
cleanup efforts in Worcester.
Lance grows weary of livin' like a refugee:
... We've moved out of my parents' place in Clinton and into my brother-in-law's home in Leominster. While half to three-quarters of Clinton are still out of power--including my parents' neighborhood--the southern part of Leominster is back on power and on-line. It was nice to take a warm shower...it was nicer to take a warm shower and have the room also be warm, instead of stepping out of the shower and into the cold.
Jackson has been holding up pretty well. He woke up in the night during the storm and was pretty worried while he laid with Michelle and I--every time another tree would snap or ice would fall he ask "What was that noise, Daddy?" Still, he was OK until we awoke Friday morning. He was very upset after he woke up...when I asked if he was afraid, he said "I'm afraid of the ice on the house." ..
Kelly tweets that her power in Littleton came back on early Sunday afternoon - just in time for her BlackBerry to die.
Channel 4 reports: Power Outages Continue As New England Slowly Thaws.
Paul Levy reports his brother-in-law temporarily moved into his parents' Worcester apartment, which, unlike his home, has power and heat:
My wife called Florida to report about her brother's activities and to generate some sympathy for his state. Their mother had one response, "Tell him: Don't forget to clean out the lint trap."