It has been two months since the flood started. So much has changed since my One Month Post.
Things That Are Back to “Normal”:
We have all our utilities: water, sewer, electric, and propane. The water and sewer are temp lines, but they have not had any trouble with them so far.
The dogs, cats, rabbits, chickens, and cows are home. And the cow was bred while she was away.
Our driveway is fixed.
Things That Are Still Not “Normal”:
Our basement flooring is still not replaced.
The sheep are not home yet but will be very soon.
The main road to our home is still a mess.
Not bad for two months out! There has been a LOT of under-promising and over-performing. Much better than having the opposite!
We are very happy with where everything stands at this point. We feel healed from the trauma, and everything just feels like normal life at the farm now. While it was all happening, I never would have thought we would be this far along only 2 months later. So that is a blessing!
So good to hear! 🙂
So happy for you… I forgot about the sheep when I last commented about all of your family being safely home… glad they’ll be home soon. Also I’ve been super busy at work, so I’m just now catching up on all of your posts… sorry for the barrage of comments!
Glad that it is back to normal, even if just a new normal. Looking forward to seeing those cute sheep again, and am sure you are too!
Yes, we are. It will feel so good to have them back.
Indeed it is a great blessing to have gotten so much back a lot sooner than you ever could have imagined after the events of the flood. You guys have accomplished so much since you should be very proud.