Christmas of 2013 with no power…This will be one to remember! #Blackout
— Dous (@joshanif9) December 25, 2013
Sleeping in front of the Christmas tree cause there's still no power and we can't heat the downstairs…goodluck Santa ??
— Liane Vogel (@lavogelll) December 25, 2013
Across Canada and the U.S., upwards of half a million people are waking up to another day without power and heat in the aftermath of the Ice Storm of 2013. Intrepid and resourceful families are taking it all in stride and counting their blessings.
— Jordan Schank (@jschank) December 25, 2013
— Heather Townsend (@HeatherTowns) December 24, 2013
— goddess ✨ (@PeachesLenoir) December 25, 2013
Woken up – no power and hot water. Mince pies still being made. Thank god for gas Merry Christmas! pic.twitter.com/5OTMfQ7HRA
— James Barnett (@BRANDBARNETT) December 25, 2013
— Peter C. (@Gmangolf) December 25, 2013
No power for our Christmas Eve dinner hahaha. But we have a pretty fire ?❤️ pic.twitter.com/EijDJjdNKM
— Rebecca Cena (@RebeccaCena) December 25, 2013
Our night of no power made me appreciate how lucky we are to be cosy & warm at Christmas. Thinking of those who aren't so lucky. #merryxmas
— James Rowe (@2JamesR2) December 25, 2013
— Sam Woodhead (@xfittbn) December 25, 2013
Christmas by candle light. Still no power going on 15 hours ho ho horrendous!!! pic.twitter.com/WHv60oXJs2
— Kelly Osborne (@k4llyosborne) December 24, 2013
— Chris Macvie (@ChrisMacvie) December 25, 2013
Baby, it’s cold inside. Bundle up and stay safe!
— Mitchell Brown (@mitchbrown50) December 25, 2013
Exit protip: Forget the selfies.
Christmas eve selfie…oh wait we have no power pic.twitter.com/LxOpNYvbu3
— Gabi DeGroot (@gabideg97) December 25, 2013
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