That is a good question. I remember a friend sharing her childhood where they experienced frequent turn offs of electricity. She recalled it as a big adventure because her parents would make it a fun event,interweaving the candles with the games, singing, etc. I think the longer one is on the street, the more impact it is. However, even a very short stay outside can be difficult if things went wrong. Living in a tent or a barn isn't always as bad as it sounds. I think it boils down a lot to how the family treat their adversity. They can make it an extended 'camping'. Everybody has different perpectives. I'll be pondering on this today. A great topic.
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