This time we faced different problems. We have city water and the hot water heater is gas, so we have hot & cold running water. The basement is dry and we don't even own a sump-pump. The only way to heat the house is by the gas range (which works, but you have to light it manually) and the fireplace (which doesn't help much for the whole house, but makes that one room very nice).
My wife stayed home with the kids on Friday and she took a bunch of pictures which I will post once we have power back.
Sunday 6:00 PM--still no power. Houses which are tantalizingly close, do have power. I have seen hardly any utility crews, but they are out there making progress.
Tuesday morning--Still no power. The morning news said there are still around 70,000homes and businesses without power. This is down from the more than 200,000 in our state without power at the end of the storm. So they have fixed 2/3 of the problem and all resources are concentrated in 1/3 of the original area.