MARCH 2014 • INSIDE LINCOLN
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2. When you begin yournormal morning or nightroutines, think about theorder in which you do yourroutines.
We all know thatit takes a while for the water to warm up so usethe hot water side of yourfaucet to wet your tooth-brush, and as needed, turnthe water back on to rinse.By the time you wash yourface, the water will be warmer and you’ll haveavoided wasting water by letting it run to reach thedesired temperature.
CAROL R. PERCY • INSIDE LINCOLN
Lincoln residents were excited to see a storm bring in lots of rain for aboutthree days in early February. However, this one storm was not enough to alle-viate the drought and we must all do our part to help conserve.