Monday, September 21, 2009

2 By 2 We Will Go

As I write this post Dr. Chick is putting the final few nails in the ark. Seriously, we've had a ton of rain {and are expecting more tonight}. Work on the exterior of the office has come to a screeching halt, today I spent the day deep in paint colors, counter tops and decisions--looking foward to more of the same tomorrow. Tomorrow morning I'll swim to my car, take out the oars and head to town.

Here's a sneak peek at what we have to look forward to in the next 36 hours (thanks!)

Yes, I am that addicted to PhotoShop that I added a drop shadow and I may or may not have uploaded it and tweaked it more than once....don't judge.

Dr. Chick's family owns a little cabin on a nearby lake....this is what you can see of the cabin as of today.....sad.

My heart goes out to the families whose homes are flooded. We have now lived through 2 floods (in 1 1/2 years), the devastation the water causes is unreal,
I cannot imagine what it must have been like for Noah and his family, let alone our present day families that must rebuild after water damage.


Tales From My Empty Nest said...

My heart goes out to the families who have lost their homes and all their personal belongings. So sad!!! I hope it stops raining soon and that things get back to normal for you. I am still loving my Market Basket that I won. It goes with me when I travel and I also love using it around town when I run errands. Thanks again, so much!!!!!!! Love & blessings from NC!

Chelle said...

My thoughts and prayers are going out to everyone being hit by the flooding waters. So sad, it truly breaks my heart.
Keep us posted and I'll be thinking of you!

Preppy 101 said...

I have been in Atlanta with my PD. Are y'all here? The rain has been frightening. Never seen it rain so hard for so long!! xoxo

Rachel H. said...

It's so tough to be dealing with the floods right now! I'm just praying for my family and friends and all those others in Atlanta that are being affected.

Anonymous said...

I was thinking about you this morning while watching the news. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family & all of the families in ATL dealing with the mass amounts of water. Lots of love xxoo

Mrs. Farrah Ginter said...

I live in Sandy Springs area so this is very familiar to me. I feel so horrible for the people whom have perished and lost everything. On the news though most people seem to have a good attitude about it all.

Mom on the Run said...

My BIL lives between Hiram and Douglasville and the road to his house was entirely washed out (and since it's not a county road, he has to rebuild it himself). My SIL lives in Carrollton and that's a mess over there....we are in Marietta, so we feel lucky that it's only a stinky basement here. Hope all is well.