Well we made it through the storm. But it was very scary. Hope I don't go through anything like that again. But we were very fortunate and did not have any damage to our house, just a couple of bushes fell over and a big mess to clean up. But some neighbors were not so lucky - a lot of damage. Kingwood has so many trees and obviously a lot of them were old because there are downed trees everywhere. We still don't have any power/phone so I came into my hubbie's office to quickly check in with everyone. I did take pictures but will have to post them once the power is back on at home. The morning after the storm my son and I found a baby squirrel so we took it in (having rehabilitated squirrels before) and the next day we set out to find food for it. Nothing was open but we took a chance and went to a local pet store. The owner just happened to be there and gave me two cans of puppy milk and bottles. While we were there another woman drove up with 3 squirrels.....so guess who took them? Anyway, to cut a long story short, word got out that I was taking in squirrels and I now have 14.:biggrin: Unfortunately 5 of them did not make it but the ones I have are thriving. A lot of people have taken them in thinking that they are so cute and are going to keep them as pets but unfortunately they are not feeding them the correct thing and by the time I get them it is too late. So this has been keeping me quite busy but I am loving it. Up every 3 hours at night so needless to say I am a little tired. I can't wait to post pics of the little ones. Thanks to everyone for your concern and it is good to be back. Hopefully my internet will be working next week. Children are "tentatively" going back to school on Thursday. I guess their summer vacation is going to be cut short next year so they can catch up. Shops are slowly getting back to normal. You still have to wait in line for gas though. I can't wait for everything to be back the way it was. Bye for now.... from the "squirrel lady".