9 responses to “(Almost) Wordless Wednesday: Leak”

  1. pekenoe

    Major bummer, hate leaks anywhere but esp nasty to paper stuff. Hope you get it repaired soon.

  2. Rose

    Sorry about the water damage and what it will take to repair and restore.

    Good that you were able to rescue your books though.

    Enjoy your blog. Hang in there.

  3. debbie koenig

    Thanks, pekenoe & Rose. I'm hoping things will go back to normal within a few days, but who knows.

  4. Healthy Mamma

    Oh No! That stinks! I would die if my books were damaged. A pipe to our pool burst last week and we woke up to a lake in our backyard. Literally, there were DUCKS swimming in our desert yard.

  5. debbie koenig

    Ducks! That's awesome! Though I'm sorry you had a burst pipe.

    I should've linked to this in the post–we've had so much trouble with leaks that a few years back we had a PLANT growing out of our ceiling. A weird looking one, too. http://wordstoeatby.blogspot.com/2005/07/unusual-flora-of-williamsburg-brooklyn.html

  6. Cori Taylor

    Yikes! Best of luck, and God bless you & your family during this crazy weather. I hope the repairs aren't too costly and that your kitchen is back in order shortly.

  7. sarah henry

    that's one impressive cookbook collection.

  8. Amy @ A Little Nosh

    Holy cow that's a lot of cookbooks!

  9. debbie koenig

    Yes, it is a lot of cookbooks! And they're still in the hallway, sadly. We've been waiting for a big enough storm to convince us that the leaks are really & truly fixed, and so far it hasn't happened. Last night's was pretty heavy, though, and there were no leaks, so maybe we're in the clear. Fingers crossed!

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