Thankfully, I filled a pitcher of water before it totally gave out, giving us some drinking water. We also have water storage, which gave us enough water to fill ice cream buckets to dump in the toilet bowl to make it flush and enough water to sit a large container on our vanity to use for washing our hands.
But looking on the bright side, it wasn't nearly the disaster that we had back in November of 2015. That is something I don't think I would like to do again! Did I say, "DON'T THINK I Would Like To Do Again!".......I meant, I WOULD NEVER LIKE TO DO AGAIN!
We had our local area "pressure tank fixers" come to our home the next day to look over our situation and they found that the mag on the pressure switch had blown and we also had a leak in the pressure tank. We decided to get a new, bigger tank, while we were at it because it would cut down on the amount of times the tank would kick our pump off and on.
They band-aid, fixed the problem so we would have water to use until they returned with the new tank. They came back within a few days and here we are back to normal, as normal as normal gets for us, and things are good.