Digging out from the Rubble

micro burst 4 7-2014

I can see the light! Insurance claims are in, estimates on rebuilding are happening, and the clean up is at least noticeable. Considering the temperatures are hovering around the 112 mark, the rebuild will be easier on me if it’s put off until Sept. or Oct.  So I will close the window blinds and just pretend I’m not living in a junk yard.

If all this isn’t enough, we were in the middle of remodeling three rooms in our house when the storm hit, another place where I’ve closed doors to ignore a mess.  We can’t keep closing blinds and doors or soon we’ll be living in the confines of a closet. So for now, all my efforts are on the three rooms. With any luck at all, by the end of the year TBN Ranch will be what it was, maybe even better.

What’s all the remodeling about? That’s a secret for now!

 

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amy elizabeth, writer, author, antique dealer. Lives in the northeastern reaches of the Sonoran Desert on a small hobby farm.
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8 Responses to Digging out from the Rubble

  1. Mags Corner says:

    Good to hear that what needs to be done to rebuild and fix-up has begun. Hope it all goes smooth and it will not take a long time to have things repaired. Hugs

    • tbnranch says:

      Thanks, I have a feeling this might be a lengthy project! It’s all part of life though, it just wouldn’t be normal to never have anything go wrong!

  2. Ingrid says:

    Oh my…. that looks bad. So sorry this happened. Hope the weather cools off soon so you can get down to tackling the job at hand. And I know your little secret haha; I feel special 🙂

    • tbnranch says:

      lol! Yep you might just be the only one that knows too!
      All three estimates to rebuild are in, now I wait for the insurance adjuster… scary.

  3. Well, some adventure ahead, I guess!!

  4. Micro-bursts are like a tornado right? Scary. Glad no one was hurt

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