Our house was flooded.
My daughter's room was fine, but our kitchen, living room, and master bedroom was a swamp.
So yeah, we have a horrible mess to clean up. Because it was in the 90s last week while the air was out, some mold decided to move in. Everything is being taken to be cleaned, but we're not sure how much will be saved. There's also a good chance that the damage will be more than the house is worth.
And then there was this kind of problem:
That's what many of my books look like. I have signed ones, first editions, and some that I'm still in denial about.
Now that you have an idea of what's going on with me, you know where I'll be. Amber will still be doing Top Ten Tuesday and Waiting on Wednesday. I do have some posts scheduled, and I'll try to respond to comments and visit your blogs as much as I can. If you need me, I will be checking my email.
I'm so sorry to hear this! I hope your books (and other belongings!) are mostly salvageable and you don't lose anything irreplaceable! I can only imagine how heart-breaking it must be to face.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Amalia. It hasn't really sank in yet, but I just keep telling myself how much worse it could have been.Delete
So sorry to hear about the flooding. My prayers are sent to you.ReplyDelete
Thank you for your kind words. :-)Delete
That stinks so very, very bad. I'm so sorry.ReplyDelete
Thank you, and it literally did stink. There was much gagging outside after trips in there. :-PDelete
I'm sorry to hear about this. It sucks.ReplyDelete
It does indeed - thank you for your kindness.Delete
I want to thank everyone again for your kindness. I got word today that the cost of repair will be more than the worth of the house, so we'll only be replacing items and finding a new place to live. I appreciate all the emails and tweets. <3ReplyDelete
Oh, Kayla! What a pain! I'm sorry to read this. I hope you can find a new place that works for you all.ReplyDelete