I didn't ever want to be posting here but, here we go..
So late last night, I decided to go ahead and do a head count on all my fish before bed, like usual.
Everything was going fine, until I couldn't see one of my Angelfish.
So I leaned in a bit more; The second I saw him I lost my footing and accidentally bumped into my smallest Goldfish's tank.
Oh god, kill me now.
The water, flushed all out and DIRECTLY on to the power plugs to ALL my tank's, then the power went off.
I went for my phone to turn on the flashlight application to find the switches and to turn them off at the wall.
After turning them off, I realized, to my horror, that the fish that was in the tank I knocked, was no longer in the tank.
I proceeded to pull out EVERY single tank and check all around the floor and could not find my poor baby telescope.
After what felt like a good 10-20 minutes, I found my poor baby in a nook filled with a tiny amount of water, motion-less.
I scooped her up and placed her back into the water; Thankfully, she was okay.
My next concern was cleaning up the drenched power plugs and extensions. Which all went well, no one died, or got electrocuted.
It took me altogether a good hour or so to get everything back in order, but it did give my heart a nice workout without actually physically exercising.
I just hope I will not be as clumsy again.. I hope my poor telescope forgive's me too..