I have about decided that if the apocaplyse actually comes, we just need to shoot ourselves early and get it over with. We would be so useless.
There is no way I can answer everyone who has posted, I have no computer/internet/email. I want everyone to know how much I appreciate every comment, every view, every phone call, and people like Charlene (Geema's Wonderings) and Paula/Glen, Dee/Greg, Hunter. The men and their wives from Archrock who spent the day tearing my house down, making us choose what to keep and what to let go of. They all, all 14 of them, lost everything at least once in Katrina or Isaac or the last great flood.
My amazing daughter Carrie who has worked tirelessly every day to keep us together, focused, moving. She saved us, she got us contractors, told us to make phone calls, to eat, to live.
I owe her our lives.
We had the electrician come and run a dedicated line from our power box for the house to the camper. Temporary, but it keeps it from tripping anything inside the house and gives us steady power to the camper. The house is now overloaded with 4 HUGE ass DE-humidifiers. At one point we thought the AC in the camper had broken, but it was just a worker who unplugged us from the main. Whew! Don't need to live in the heat! Man!
We are beginning to wear out our welcome at some places. I need a place to bathe at least daily. If we need to I guess we can do showers in the yard! LOL - at least it is summer!
The triumph for today is that Frank didn't try to kill himself today, so that is looking up. His leg is looking good, his doctor appt is tomorrow morning. Hoping to get good news there. Staph is so scary, Ann nearly lost her leg a year ago.
The tragedy is the vacation I was so looking forward to, the Nova Scotia trip. I can't leave with the house and life in such disarray. It will be difficult to do in the final stages of construction. Valerie, I will miss the Springy Things this year. I promise we will come next year!