I am endeavoring to ignore the loud roar of the three large blowing machines that the water damage service team positioned in our rooms this afternoon to start the drying out process in the hope we can avoid mold and mildew forming. The noise is constant so it is not so annoying as it is 'intruding' on my thoughts.
So I decided to focus my attention on some lovely photos of spring flowers. Today I'm wearing a pink sweater so I am looking at PINK blossoms.
Another type of pink geranium, this one with orange centers.
A small pink succulent ground cover.
Tiny, delicate Pink lantana flowers.
And last, but certainly not least, flowering peach blossoms from my cousin's garden in the mountains of Northern Arizona.
The state of the hot water heater is the same. Leaky, turned off, awaiting replacement. We're hoping to have options from the insurance company this afternoon so we can decide if we want their plumber to replace it or take the buy out and replace the water heater ourselves. In the meantime, we are heating our dish washing and hair washing water and asking friends for shower privileges.
Another something going on this week is the acquisition of old railroad ties and the shoring up of our back garden which is on a hillside. We have been offered the railroad ties and need to get them here to Willow's Cottage and make sure we have the workers lined up to help us position and anchor them properly.
When it rains, it pours.