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My daughter works at the Tulsa County Courthouse, her husband works out of the Allstate office there, and their youngest daughter, Camden, attends school at Indian Springs Elementary in Broken Arrow, a suburb of Tulsa. After the storm hit Sunday, yesterday and today my daughter's workplace had electricity, while her husband's workplace and Camden's school were without. Fourteen schools in the Broken Arrow area are closed due to lack of electric service. This storm is the third bad one since they moved into their present house in Broken Arrow two years ago. Camden's school was closed for a week last year during one ice storm.

Unfortunately, many people are in dire circumstances. Twenty-three people have perished so far in this midwestern storm. Many have no heat, no hot water, and no way to cook. I just heard on the Tulsa TV news that some people are buying expensive lumber to burn in their fireplaces for heat.

In looking at home building plans, another item to look at is the water heater. In short, a traditional water heater is less efficient due to heat loss and the water heater constantly having to kick on to keep the water at the set temperature. A tankless water is only like a traditional in the aspect that it still takes as long for the water to travel to the appliance. The difference is that it heats the water as it is needed and is non-stop. Though, be careful to not leave the water running for long periods of time as you may lose that money saving efficiency.

After you are done cleaning your home you can make it cozy. Having a couple of fuzzy throw blankets is a good start. Large cushy pillows are another good accessory to make your home snug.

All in one earthquake kit or earthquake backpack: These are great for home, office and especially to keep in your car. My favorites are the backpacks that are usually made for either 2 or 4 people. Most survival backpacks will have enough supplies to last each person for 2 to 3 days. They normally include emergency food supplies, emergency water, first aid, emergency blankets and ponchos, light sticks, fire starters and more. Since it's all conveniently packed in a backpack you can literally take it with you anywhere you go.

Are there any potential safety concerns, such as missing hand railing on staircases? Is lead paint in an older home a problem? Are floors and structures sound? Has settling of the house created any problems that need attention?