Today’s posting is authored by Assistant to the President, Susan Scheide.
It was an ordinary Wednesday. The forecast was for a hot and humid day, but there were no menacing storms approaching. Nothing to be concerned about. An ordinary day.
The moment I opened the door to the office suite, I knew something was wrong. There was a strange smell. I could hear something—I wasn’t sure what—but I knew it was something that I shouldn’t be hearing.
I entered, turned on the lights, and was met by a huge puddle of water about an inch deep. I thought, for a moment, that it was leaking out of the A/C system, and that the puddle was just in the hallway. I was wrong.