The adventures and survival of a mom living in a sea of testosterone.
Drying out the sub-flooring? My sympathies.Good luck with the hotel stay. Perhaps they have a pool and you can wear the children out nicely?
Urgh, so sorry you and your family have to go through this. Hang on in there!
The results will be worth it (?!?)(Sorry. That was my attempt to respond in six words.But I just had to add a few more to say I've been there.Hang in.Really.)
yikes! That looks awful! I hope it all gets done quickly.
Ugh. What a pain. Hang in there!
You're going to have pretty, brand new flooring soon! :)
I can almost feel your pain in these photos....hopefully the final product sends some smiles your way.
hugs, hugs, hugs...I am thinking of you sweetie. like Dori says..."just keep swimming, keep swimming" and Smiling. I'm HERE if you need me. xo
Say it with me... It will all be fine, it will all be fine, it will all be fine!
Kelly,YES! You sound like you might have some experience in this area??Thankfully we didn't have to stay at a hotel, the floors dried out today! YAHOO!!
Alison,Thank you! Thankfully we got a bit of good news today that the floors are dry so they took the machinery out and we can now start looking for a contractor. Baby steps!
Julie,Julie, I keep telling myself that. Of course if it is done right it will all look just the same as it did before anything happened. But it will be CLEAN!!
Heather,Thank you! Me too!
Missy,Total pain! I'm hanging on by my fingernails and red wine!
MamaMash,I sure hope so!
Optimistic Mom,I hope to be smiling sooner rather than later. Thank you.
Kir,Thank you so very much!I am doing just that. Swimming! I'll get there!
Jamie,Saying it while clicking my heals!! It will all be fine, it will all be fine, it will all be fine!
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