I don’t normally burn wood in fireplace after February. I live in Austin, Texas. Our winters are mild with fewer than 10 days that saw 32 degrees. Today is different/difficult. I returned home last night after a 10 day visit/family reunion for 20 Cajuns. It was a blast and I was exhausted from entertaining and lack of sleep. While I was away, Austin received 16” of rain in one week. I had just buried a 1200G tank to be a geothermal heat sink and before leaving had mixed $500 of Instant Ocean into this tank. Because the tank was not 100% full, the buoyancy from the inground water floated the tank thereby ruining 12 hours of backbreaking hand dug at 5’ deep into the Caliche & limestone. This happened 4 days into family reunion so I had already processed those things. All my indoor tanks were ugly but healthy. I waited until early this morning to do tooo many things at the same time. I ended with 50G of mature reef tank water on hard wood floors. I was surfing the internet when I heard water running over 10’ from my chair. Every towel in my home was spread in front of advancing water to contain it as much as possible. I have a dry Lazy Boy, with a warm fire and a 2 ton heat pump on dry mode as I remove towels to run thru spin cycle to soak up water. I also have a 1/2 ton dehumidifier which adds warm air and removed condensate. None of these sources of heat are able to raise temperature above 75 degrees. I have done all I can. Time to rest in Lazy Boy with “comfort food” in easy reach. I added a virgin “Bloody Mary” as I have been dry 6 months.