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Topic - Sue Lelik
Repair crews struggled Monday to bring life back to normal after Virginia's dance with Hurricane Irene, working to restore power to more than half a million people and clear roads of storm debris.
"I've been kind of thinking of it like camping," said Sue Lelik, who was walking her lab-Dutch shepherd mix "Dutch" near her Richmond home. "But now I'm bored as anything. I've already done all my cleaning."
"The first two days I was OK," she said. "Today, I really miss my TV."