I feel like a wet wolf…

I caught a bunch of rain in my attic, but when I got up at 5 this morning, I hear drip, drip, drip in my bedroom closet, and a big wet spot under a light fixture where the water is coming from. This is the first time I’ve had water in there. It’s always been in the laundry room. So I put a bucket under it and head back up to the attic. The decking is all wet, the other bucket is about a 1/4 of the way full of water, but the decking should be dry. New place where it’s dripping. Ugh. Dash down the ladder, get another bucket, put it in a different spot, still with the other up there, and hope that will catch it all. We have rain until Tuesday.

My roof isn’t scheduled to be replaced until November 28th. Sigh.

My computer keeps crashing today. I’ve restarted it four times in 15 minutes. It’s going to be one of those days!

Off to work before baby gets here.


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2 thoughts on “I feel like a wet wolf…

  1. Does not seem like your house should be old enough to need a new roof. But I’m old and time goes by fast when you’re over the hill.

    • We’ve had some really bad storms and the high winds ripped up some of the vents. But yeah, it’s only 9 years old. That’s ridiculous. The new roof should be better suited to wind and hail damage. Hopefully, if what they say is true. Or I’m out a lot of money for nothing.

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