Duct, NO, DuCk!

Here we are a month and a half past the initial find of our unnatural natural disaster, a month since the release of the first video of the flooding and a good time to reflect upon the actual flare up I suffered in relation to this event. What you might note when first starting this next video in the disaster series is that I am hobbling down the stairs this time. That along with the brain fog clouding my judgment of my environment might not be entertaining at the time but now I am finding it kinda funny. Perspective, it is all about perspective of the journey we are taking in this lifetime. I mean what can we laugh at if we cannot laugh first at ourselves. Stay tuned for more videos to come as we’ve replaced the central heating unit and received another shocking and still fortunate find. We’ve now entertained two foundation specialist’s estimates for repairs, an insurance estimator and next in the line up I am to expect the estimator to recommend to the adjuster that the adjustor recommends an engineer assess the damages caused by the hot water tank springing a leak. Oh, what fun!

Published by lisa proctor

Since 2012 I have suffered the effects of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Moreover, through lifestyle changes, I've taken back control of my life and regain much of the independence I thought lost to me. It is for this very reason I wish to share my discoveries with others with the hope that it will serve you as well.

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