....and now it's not. Had an accident this morning and flooded the bathroom (makes a change for me to do something stupid and not husband) - not a good thing to do or to clean up in a tiny caravan bathroom. Been in floods of tears. Nothing seems to go right for very long.
Just shows how fragile my mental state is.
Oh, bugger, Sooze. I hope the damage is minimal, both to the bathroom and your mental health. It's often the little things that tip us over the edge. I hope it's just a blip, and harmony will be restored soon. Hugs. xxReplyDelete
((( lots of hugs ))) xxxReplyDelete
Oh no! I am so sorry…sounds like you are having a time…I have no words…ReplyDelete
Sweetie - however bad your flood it can be repaired. Even if it doesn't feel like it this morning.ReplyDelete
You are not hurt? Betty is OK? Husband is alright?
Those are the things that matter. A soaked bathroom floor might feel horrendous but you and yours are what really count. hugs, xx
My nana used to say is anyone dead , no, then it's fixable.ReplyDelete
I like JH's nana. We'll go with that.Delete
I remember doing that the day before we were due to "march out" of our army quarter prior to being posted elsewhere. Bloody water soaked through the floor and through the ceiling of the room below. Had to fess up to the housing people and were landed with a nasty bill for the repairs. Hubby not amused - but it was an accident, as was yours. You're right, though - if one is on the edge, it can be the straw that breaks the camels back. Hope all is sorted and you can forget about it.ReplyDelete
Oh Sooze. You're having what I call 'one of those days'. We all get them and I'm sure most of us know how it feels at the time. Chin up pet. xReplyDelete
(((Hugs))). Tomorrow will be a better day.ReplyDelete
Sending BIG HUGGLES.ReplyDelete
Having lived in a caravan for several years, I know what a disaster it can be to end up with a water-logged floor. I hope things aren't too extreme and that you can get it dried out and repaired. You could really have done without this at present. Have you had to go back home now? Sending love and hugs.ReplyDelete