Sanity is an uncontrollable factor in such situations. I’m giving an update on my situation.
The storm has left me in quite a mess. It’s only today that I’ve gotten generators up and working. This is in part due to the large electrical malfunctions I experienced during the flooding.
The flooding has created another problem altogether. My molecule replicator, which I kept in the bottom drawer of my desk, was one of the first things to get damaged. The unfortunate effect in this is that it is, a molecule replicator. I can’t explain what exactly happened to it, but the flooding began to grow at an exponential rate. Luckily I had scuba gear handy, and was able to survive in my submerged apartment while I created an air pocket with an overturned portion of the transporter. I have been harboring myself inside of this for the last few days, using rations wisely while I figure out a plan for draining the water from my apartment.
Of course I set the waterproofing sequences on the apartment moments after the replicator was damaged, so I now have no way of opening windows or doors to simply drain the water. Hopefully I can somehow reverse the molecule replicator to undo what has been done and return my home and laboratory into proper condition. As for now, my fish are enjoying an extended habitat.
I have enough provisions for another 72 hours, which I hope is enough time to make the proper reversal adjustments on the replicator. As a great leader once said, sometimes you have to roll a hard six.