So we sat and waited and then we walked. We didn’t take the time to count the windows, or to make sure the locks were secure, or examine the flashing to see where the water may come in, if it were to rain, or to flood, or if someone passing by was to fling a bucket of water or blood or any other liquid. We walked and were comfortable walking as the weather was fine and there was no sign of rain, pleased that there was no sign of rain, as contrary to many we did not enjoy the rain, but tolerated it, as a necessary evil, to make things grow food in particular and to make sure we had water to drink and were able to bathe preferable once a day but at least every other.