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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Anticipating

On the second day of water outage, the pipes started to have a gargling sound like water will start pouring down so all of us stared at our faucet, anticipating for the water to come out. But we did not get lucky, the gargling sound disappear after 30 minutes.
We ended up going to Follansbee, nearby city, to take our showers at my NIL.  Thanks a lot Jen and Jim!
After  taking showers, we let the kids bond with Gracie and other kids for a while before we headed back home.
THe little one was so excited in showing Ms. Burrito her toys.
Rubberized lizard toy under their chins.
Oh it's the worst feeling you'll have when you lost water. It's bad when there's a flood but it's also but when there's nothing, even a drop.  

28 comments:

  1. Oh that must be terrible with two little ones. What happened to your water?

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  2. Oh no, I'm sorry you are without water. We don't appreciate water enough until we don't have it. I hope the problem is fixed soon.

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  3. So true SQ.
    @Karen, the whole city of Weirton had a busted piping and it lasted for a week. Some did not get their water back till the eight day.

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  4. What a shame- to hear the gurgle but not get any water!

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  5. Looks like the kids had great time:)

    TQ for visiting n commenting on my blog post Jesselton - Kota Kinabalu.

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  6. mawalan na ng ilaw, wag lang ng tubig! but the kids had fun naman no ;-)


    Mangroves

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  7. How's the water supply in your home now?

    Thanks for visiting :)

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  8. The kids don't seem to worry though - nice pictures!

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  9. Hope things get back to normal soon!

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  10. Oh dear, we can get this problem in Winter due to burst pipes as well. I hope you got it back, being without water can be difficult. Good photos:)

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  11. I know how it feels when there's no water :)

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  12. That's a happening that just isn't fun....no running water.

    SUN TEA

    Have a great Wednesday!!!

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  13. That must have been awful, with two children! We also have these moments during summer every year. I have a borewell with plenty of water, in an emergency.

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  14. Hirap talaga kapag water ang nawala, quick visit lng here.

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  15. I hope that you get water at home soon.

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  16. It's amazing what we take for granted. What a nightmare to be without running water in your home! At least you got to visit with family!

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  17. Hi Rose,

    No water! Oh, that is terrible. I hope your lawn and flowers are going to be okay.

    What a cute post, with the kids and all too.

    Hope your water comes back soon and that you have a nice week. Thanks so much for your visit!

    Kathy M.

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  18. Oh my goodness, I'm so sorry you don't have water... hope you get it back real soon, especially having kids! =)

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  19. Oh, it'd be so hard to be without water! It sure looks like the kiddos had a fun visit together, though! :D

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  20. That is so terrible!! I hope your taps run soon! Btw, loved the pictures of your kids and the little angel, Gracie.

    Thanks for your visit!:)

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  21. How terrible-hope you get your water back soon. Thanks for visiting. Cheers

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  22. i can live without power, but without water? that is just difficult. the reason why we always keep a drum-full of water.:p

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  23. it is hard to be without water. You can´t do anything, you are stranded. :(

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  24. Yes, it's very inconvenient to have no water on your tap. You have to take your bath in your in law's house. I like the photos of Rylie with Gracie. They're both so cute, hehehe. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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  25. Hope things are back to normal now!

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  26. Hope by now your water problem has been fixed. It isn't any fun that is for sure without water to bath in.

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