Saturday, December 13, 2008


The girls had ONE good gift..... Splash, drip, ruined
.
Damn. Uncles Rich and Ed bought Mia, Gianna and Bella their one "fun" good sized Christmas gift. A Sesame Street kitchen. It was in our basement, all wrapped up in the packaging from Amazon.



It's dead... It's electronic. I'll replace it before Christmas, and I assume our insurance will cover the loss. LOLOLOL!!!! I'm a moron.

8 comments:

jesswilson said...

dude .. YOU DESERVE A BREAK!

Michelle O'Neil said...

Love.

Kim Stagliano said...

When I feel crummy I think of the poor man in San Diego who went to work and came home to find his wife, two infants and mother in law were wiped out by a fighter jet. It's not so bad here. It's just an emotional and financial bummer. We'll be OK.

And Michelle, yes. Love. But love don't pay the rent! LOL! :)

Petra said...

Sh#t Kim, when it rains it pours eh?

Check your email when you get a chance. I am sending you/your family a little something...

(no, it won't pay the rent, but hopefully it'll help elsewhere..)

K Fuller said...

If your family purchased the gift with a credit card, maybe there is some sort of accident/replacement insurance with it.
I wish I could tell you what you are supposed to be learning from what you are going through. You are correct the San Diego family comparison really does put things into perspective. You are in our families thoughts.

Anonymous said...

Just catching up with your blog Kim - holy c**p you have had some bad luck. I think you're due for some good stuff.

Gail

Amanda said...

Yep, at the end of the day it is just stuff, and stuff, for the most part, can be replaced.

Hope the insurance company coughs up without too much trouble - should cover your other flood damage too - yet another job to job...glad you're laughing and not doing the other thing.

Highland hugs!! (they're warm and cosy)

Jeanne said...

Um... Kim...

A few weeks back someone witty might have said, "That which does not kill you only makes you stronger."

A week ago someone ballsy might have said, "The Lord doesn't give you more than you can handle."

Today I just have to say, "WTF man, WTF?"

Sending you love and strength. Not that you need it... you're one strong mama... still, I'm sending you what I've got.