Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Back to Reno

I haven't really been able to blog about the hurricane, mostly because I haven't had internet at home until today, but also because I'm just sick of thinking about it. The previous posts give some visuals of what happened.... By now the moldings have totally popped off the walls and the floors have buckled and warped irreparably.
Todd has begun to rip out sheetrock this week...worried about the mold that has already coating the insides of the walls and wood beams, while we look for a contractor....


  1. Thank you for the updates, I've been checking your postings. I know things are a little shtty right now, hang in there it will all turn out better then before. Thats how these things work. Your home and work have been a huge inspiration to me (home and work), thank you. I am keeping everyone affected my the storm in my thoughts and prayers and sending you guys well wishes.


  2. Oh poor you! I know that it must be strange to hear that from a complete stranger but I felt so sorry for you this morning reading your last posts, I had to write a comment. I discovered your blog a few weeks ago and was totally amazed by your beautiful house, its interesting past, the incredible renovation you've done...
    I wish you a lot of courage to fix it.
    All the best
    Elsa (from France)

  3. Hi, I have been wondering how you fared in the hurricane. I admire your brave spirit during this horrible time. Good luck.

  4. Hi Alexandra, I started reading your blog about a month ago, not sure how I bump into it, but I loved your house and its story.
    When Sandy happened I started checking for your up dates; I'm happy to see you two and the cats are all right. I was very sorry too, at the sight of the flood and all the disaster.
    I wish you guys all the best, I hope everything can be sorted as fast as possible with just a minimum of discomforts.
    Best wishes from Argentina!