The election is over - but the votes have yet to be counted. I don't know about anyone else, but I vacillate between wanting to be on social media all day to know who's ahead - and wanting to put my head in the sand and keep it there for the next four years. So far I've been able to maintain a good balance - I check periodically - but I'm not obsessed with it. It will be what it will be, and we'll soldier through whoever - and whatever - lies ahead. Knowing that God is in control - that He will not be surprised by the outcome - that, in fact, He has PLANNED the outcome - is helping me keep my sanity. I will not give in to fear or anxiety over this - and we will continue serving women and saving lives - no matter who is ultimately named the winner.
Living in Southern California means living with the possibility of wildfires happening in your community. During dangerous weather conditions, SDG&E might proactively turn off power to lower wildfire risk. This is known as a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS). Even though SDG&E has been working to ensure power shutoffs are smaller in size and duration, it’s still important for our customers to be ready. Here are some tips to prepare in advance for a potential PSPS:
For more information on what you can do before, during and after a PSPS, visit sdge.com/psps.
Sharon Pearce has served as the Director of Silent Voices since 1984, and has dedicated her life to speaking up for the unborn - and for the women who have been hurt by abortion.