DETROIT (WJBK) - Sure is. Especially when most on this side of Brace Street on Detroit's west side, haven't had power since 1 p.m. Saturday.
Resident William Ashford was warming his house using steam from his shower, while most of the food had to be thrown out by him and his neighbors.
Marie Rumbley said her lupus is affected because her house is too cold.
Those residents are among the last of the 94,000 DTE customers who lost power due to the high winds that swept through southeast Michigan last Saturday.
Most had their power back on by Sunday night. But, what is the problem for the 28 people on this side of the street?
DTE said the problem is due to trees. FOX 2 spoke to DTE Energy and said the problem is the trees but I'm told that they can't have a trees touch the line so they have to cut all the trees down.
But the good news, amazingly, within an hour or two after FOX 2 was on Brace Street, the power was back on. But residents believe it is just a matter of time before it happens again.