The law of me, which is pretty similar to Murphy's Law, dictates that the week we need it to be dry, it rains. It wasn't a fall misting, either. This was a pretty hard downpour, which has one upside when doing a remodel: we got to check to make sure the roof and gutters were working. That's the only upside. Everything else about it sucked.
The drywall was delivered during a hard downpour, but luckily the drywall company was prepared. Everything was covered and they used a forklift with a telescoping arm to get the stuff as close to our door as possible.
During all this, our siding sat outside in the rain, covered, but collecting puddles.
It's siding week, which is crucial because it has to be dry for the siding to be installed. If it's wet, the siding expands, which throws everything off. We need the siding on so the tankless water heater can go on, and we need the water heater for the obvious reason. It's going to get ugly - and smelly - fast if we have to move back without hot water. My gym membership may really start to pay off for me as I abuse the hell out of their showers and free shampoo and conditioner.
But, there is hope! A bit of the siding went on during a break in the rain, getting closer to the tankless water heater spot. Our builder deliberately started on this wall to get the tankless side ready first. If you look close enough, you can see the one window I didn't replace (look for the white). That was a stupid decision. I thought it was worth the money savings, but now I see that it just looks plain silly. Luckily it's a window no one really sees from the outside.