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Sunday, June 08, 2008

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Oi, I hope your rain is ending soon! Good luck with the cleanup. As someone who grew up with regular flooding in the deep south I know well what you're going through.

(((((((Angie)))))))) Your studio isn't down there is it? o.O You deserve a day... hell a week off. I'm glad you guys are safe. Coffee sure cures a lot of ills... doesn't it? :D

Oh... crap! (I'm so sorry - couldn't help it.) Major, serious, yucky drag. I hope someone gets there soon to pump you out. Sending good thoughts and the aroma of fine coffee your way...

We drove down to Madison yesterday -- postponed from Saturday because of stormy weather. Wow. There was some flooding on my sister's street and mad scurrying to move cars; she also had water in her basement. What a mess you have to deal with -- I hope, by some miracle, it's not too bad/expensive. And I hope you enjoyed that cuppa this morning -- take your small pleasures where you can.
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Oh my gosh Angie! I'm so sorry you've got such a mess to deal with! What a headache! I'll paddle my canoe straight upstream to come visit you aa we are dealing with flooding too.... just NOT in the basement (thank goodness!)

I am so sorry to hear this story, UGH! I would have gladly taken some of that rain off your hands as I was out in the humidity and mostquitoes this weekend moving the sprinklers around.

I hope the plumbers and others make things nice again FAST!!

Beyond a mess. How terrible. Especially since you did everything you could under your control. Hope your luck turns.

I went down to squeegee the basement and found a hold the size of a silver dollar in the wall, with water pouring out like a spigot. A small leak from the roof but otherwise no problems. We have lots of drains all over the basement so it's not so bad down there now.

My mom is in Indiana and told me today that one-third of Indiana is underwater. I guess we're not the only ones.


I went down to squeegee the basement and found a hold the size of a silver dollar in the wall, with water pouring out like a spigot. A small leak from the roof but otherwise no problems. We have lots of drains all over the basement so it's not so bad down there now.

My mom is in Indiana and told me today that one-third of Indiana is underwater. I guess we're not the only ones.


Oh no. When Nora said they were telling people to wait out the storm in the basement, I thought what if the basement floods but I didn't think of the septic tank. Poor you.

Oh no! So sorry to hear aobut your flood. I've been through that before so I feel your pain. Last week, I found a tick crawling on my arm. EEEKKK!!
Hang in there.

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