Let me start off with the positives -
1. No person or animal was hurt or worse during the fire.
2. They are all still relatively well.
3. There is one company that will short-term rent to my family of one full-time adult, one part-time adult student, two dogs, and some cats (number varies due to foster adoptions)
After I consider all that, I suppose everything that follows is just aggravation.
One dog has to be retrained because he doesn't respect the gate after 50 nights of living outside. I've had to crate him when I'm not present. He's good in the kitchen if I'm on the first floor with them. I've restricted their 'hang with me' time because it seems to confuse the dog being crated.
I also have a third company that I'm not pleased with. Since they have the contents of my house hostage right now, I'm grumbling about their shortfalls. They were supposed to clean and pack a pile of items I made to take to the temp house. A big pile of boxes formed while they worked, and I waited while wondering if I needed so much stuff - it hadn't looked like that much when I put it together. I had a subset already with me where I was sleeping.
When the housing was finalized, they had said they'd move the items in their van. Then when the time came, they backed out of it. Inconvenient, and since the billing goes directly to the insurance company instead of to me - was that charged? And because this was a professional relationship, my disappointment was greater because I'm used to personal acquaintances saying 'no' when I call them after they grab my hands in theirs and insist 'call me if you need anything'. For some reason, I take that literally and call them. I know, I know - it's only a saying that doesn't really mean anything.
I moved the pile, then began unpacking. Then I had to unpack it all quicker because the stuff I was looking for wasn't there. It could be in storage with everything else. It could have been thrown away or stolen. I won't know for months because I do not have access to the items put in storage until it's delivered back to my house.
It's stupid things, but I need some of them. Like my printer - it made it, along with the USB cable that was attached to it. But the power cord was removed, and I searched through all the boxes looking for it. And I don't like getting lip about it must be my mistake when I put it on the pile - uh no, I unplugged it with all related wires and wound them once around the closed printer. This one folded up into a nice rectangular cube with nothing sticking out. And although I have another Canon printer and a box of spare cables, they were all packed up. Amazon was more than happy for my purchase of a printer power cord and other little things that happened to be omitted.
What was in the rest of those boxes? Well, in the lightest box ever were all the instruction manuals to my appliances that I had in a kitchen drawer wrapped in paper plus a lot of air. I know I didn't request them. Someone guessed I'd like to read about my dishwasher features while I'm washing dishes by hand daydreaming about moving home.
The same stupid asses packed up every stuffed animal from my daughter's room to send with me. Do I look like I need them? She doesn't because she went to college without them. Those are going back with the other eight boxes I already have repacked to go back to my house (I'll stick them in the attic to get them out of the way).
And you know why I think they did this shit on purpose? To further aggravate me, my full boxes of cat litter had a hole stabbed in the bottom. Lots left in them since I buy the 40# boxes, but it looks like someone shoved a screwdriver into the middle of the bottom through the tape into the plastic liner bags. One box is an accident, two, three, and four is not.
They also misplaced the key to my house. There's a lockbox on the front door, and when the next contractor visited, it was empty. I had to leave work to admit him. They answered my question of 'where's the key?' with an accusation that I must have taken it.