Yesterday started out like most other Mondays here at Fun 1071, a little extra tired after the weekend as we worked to get ready for the start of a new work week. After working about 3 hours to prepare for the Monday morning PBR in the morning show everything changed about 10 minutes after the show began. That’s when the lights went out not only in our studios in down town Delphos, but in 4 thousand homes and businesses stretching all the way from Middle Point to Scotts Crossing. I was told it got real dark in our studios. What I do know is that the sound of the battery back ups on our computers got real annoying until the batteries in them finally died. Over the next 4 hours we had little else to do but wait until the lights came back on. We had lots of time to talk about things we might do to make the show better, and how cold the coffee was getting, then the building too. When the lights finally came back on just before 10:00 O’clock yesterday morning I was left to appreciate how much we take for granted a commodity like electricity and the people who are called out during the day and night to restore service when it’s disrupted. That’s the way I see it.