When it rains, it floods.

Our apartment flooded today.


True story. This calm Sunday morning, our neighbor’s hot water tank exploded and they filled up with inches of water in their apartment (yikes!). Because our bedroom shares a wall with them, our bedroom is also flooded. Two weeks after our child got diagnosed with cancer. Ugh.

Our mattress and storage items and many of my clothes are soaked, including some family heirlooms. Some are damaged. I’m sick to my stomach.

We have renter’s insurance, which is great to replace some items. But, the real kicker is that we will have to move. They need to replace the carpet–obviously. But, our oncologist told us that replacing the carpet will uproot so many spores that it will compromise Sevi’s immune system. Since she is already so weak, the carpet replacement will make her sick.

We are staying in a hotel tonight (and maybe tomorrow), and working furiously with the apartment complex to see if they have an empty apartment we can move in to. We may have to move to a completely different apartment building. We’re trying to make the hotel stay a “vacation” for the girls, but it’s just so stressful….

When it rains, it pours…


How You Can Help

Can anyone spare some time to do research to find a good, affordable moving company in Denver? If so, say yes in the comment box.

Also, is anyone in the Denver area a realtor who would be willing to donate time ASAP to help us find a new place?





What this blog means to us

Welcome to the Super Sevi blog! 

Sevigny will beat this because she is a real life super woman and she is AMAZING. Please follow our blog to support our Super Sevi–save it as a bookmark! You can join or follow our family through this battle with cancer. We will post updates about Sevigny’s health issues and how she is feeling week to week. We have already received incredible support from close family and friends, and it is time to become an inspiration to others and put this out in the open. We are not the only family that this has happened to and we are very fortunate to have Sevi still with us. Please keep us in your thoughts and send all the love and positive vibes you can muster our way. Hopefully our family can be an inspiration to others that are going through this or that have gone through cancer themselves. Thank you all for taking the time to read this.

We love you all.

— The Park Family —


Brittany and our three girls on a hike near our home in Denver.


Patrick with our newest addition, Rowan Willow Park.