I have no problem with being load shedded, apart from the obvious that it shouldn't happen. I must take my turn, except........when a building like this one is turned off, it means people are stuck in lifts and people can't get in or out of the car park. It was half an hour, not so bad.
We invited Sister and Little Jo for a swim, some air con and R cooked a great dinner, fortunately just being served up as the electric went off. Actually, no electric was used in preparing the dinner.
Well, with the air con off, Sister did not hang around. She was anxious to get home and open her place up to the breeze.
We opened windows for a time, but oh, it was cooler but still pretty warm, so one the electric was back on, shut the place up again.
I just can't agree with shutting areas off that have a lot of lifts, meaning people are trapped. I have heard of a brilliant technical solution way of load shedding. Remind me if I forget to write about it.
The chaos that had enveloped our city will generate an email at least, from me to local member Martin Foley.