Sweet! I now have water. My tea I ordered from Tea Dog arrived as well. It doesn’t take a lot to make me happy.
To city people, my being out of water, probably would be a weird concept, and why couldn’t I just take a jaunt to the local store and buy some? But to people who have lived out in the middle of nowhere, and their very survival depended on water, they would understand. I lived in a dry cabin on 40 acres for over 14 years. My children and I were dependent on my ex at that time. He broke my truck, so we had no way to go get water and supplies unless he provided them. He was a jerk to put it bluntly. So the kids and I were always rationing our water supply and fretting about water. Once the kids were old enough that I knew they could be left alone and responsible enough to call an ambulance if needed, we left him. Regardless, that is why I over react when out of water.